Cudas Women's Tsunami Watershoes @SwimOutlet - Review

Disclosure: I received product at no charge from SwimOutlet.com in exchange for my honest review.
Spring is here and it's time to get outside to explore! In less than two weeks, I'm heading out on my first cruise to attend Brandcation's SeasTheDay. Watershoes are the perfect shoe to take on a cruise because there are lots of water activities both on the ship and off the ship. From onboard swimming pools to beach excursions, my feet will be happy.
These Cudas Women's Tsunami Watershoes are perfect for water activities. I've worn many different watershoes over the years, but these are a cut above! They are unbelievably comfortable and even have a slight arch inside, which my feet require for comfort. They are very sturdy but also very flexible. I think they are cute and sporty too!
They easily slip onto my feet like socks and they even have a stretchy shoelace that allows me to tighten up the shoes to the perfect fit. The slip-resistant bottoms are designed to keep me on my feet, and there are also drain slots in the bottom for quicker drying times. The sole feels more like a walking shoe, so walking in them for long periods of time is easy and comfortable.
Find out more about these fabulous high-quality watershoes at www.swimoutlet.com. They carry a full line of watershoes for women, men, and kids, plus anything and everything you might want or need for all your warm-weather water fun!
SwimOutlet.com is the web's most popular swim shop, so shop from the convenience of your home. They offer a low-price guarantee and free shipping for orders over $49. You can also connect with SwimOutlet on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter. Be sure to watch for my cruise photos next week, because these Cudas are going on some amazing adventures with me!

1 comment:

  1. These look cute compared to the old swim shoes that they had when I was growing up. I didn't like that they made you feel like you had a ton of brinks on your feet in the water but they were great for wading in the river.


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