Dkrainwater’s Weblog Opens New Line of Ladie’s Shoes

Posted on: February 16, 2009

New brand added to's Ladie's shoe page

New brand added to's Ladie's shoe page

L. McEntire wrote: This is a very versitile shoe. It works well in water and on land. I used this shoes for a camping trip at a river while tubing. They were an terrific buy. The only problem I had was that there was a lot of sand that got in my shoe, but what can be expected from a shoe with holes in it! The water drained pretty well, and the soles weren’t slippery after getting out of the water. The bottom inside the shoe was still wet after awhile, but it was not a big deal being in and out of the water. They fit snuggly and were very comfortable to be in and out of water with. When getting home after the trip we washed the shoes in the machine and they are back to their previous condition. Very recommended.

For a complete line of ladie’s shoes and fun wear visit


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