Toddler Primary Camo Tri-Lock

Toddler Primary Camo Tri-Lock

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- Multi/True White
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OVERVIEW

The Toddler Primary Camo Tri-Lock features premium textile and synthetic straps with a camouflage print and hook-and-loop adjustability, so you can find your perfect fit. Built on an UltraCush Lite footbed for all day comfort, this retro sandal also includes lateral synthetic leather overlays for protection and support, durable rubber outsoles with sawtooth tread, and water-based inks and glues.

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