Vissla 7 Seas 5mm Round Toe Bootie - Men's

Vissla 7 Seas 5mm Round Toe Bootie - Men's
Vissla 7 Seas 5mm Round Toe Bootie - Men's
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7 Seas 5mm Round Toe Bootie - Men's by Vissla
The best waves wait for no man (or woman), so when the getting's good, it's the surfer's responsibility to be equipped to deal with frigid temps that often accompany the best swell. So for your next big-set winter session, reach for the Vissla Men's 7 Seas 5mm Round Toe Bootie to last longer than all the shivering shredders who'll be paddling in early. The thin softgrip sole lets you retain an intimate feel on your board's surface so you can still detect the minute undulations of the surf, and the Seas' seams are glued and blind-stitched to restrict even microscopic leaks from forming. Plus, Vissla included a rear pull-tab that makes it easier to pry them on and off without recruiting a team of parking-lot dwellers to help.

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