Vissla 7 Seas 3mm Split Toe Bootie - Men's

Vissla 7 Seas 3mm Split Toe Bootie - Men's
Vissla 7 Seas 3mm Split Toe Bootie - Men's
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7 Seas 3mm Split Toe Bootie - Men's by Vissla
It's pretty hard to slash turns when you can't feel your feet, so you should probably pick up the Vissla Men's 7 Seas 3mm Split Toe Bootie and show your toes some love to maximize the quality of your cold-water surf sessions. The 100% super-stretch neoprene doesn't hold anything back, especially not your movements, and the thermal lining insulates and holds onto heat for more extended time in the water. Plus, the softgrip sole is thin enough for your to intimately feel the board underneath your feet, but thick enough that it'll protect from sharp shells, razor-like barnacles, and the rough and rocky approach.

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