Tropicfeel: Quick drying anti-odor travel shoe

Hike, camp, sail, and surf, whatsoever is your outdoor holiday plan, you need to vacate the place for your pairs of shoes. Sometimes you might have packed too many to avoid stickiness, odor, and discomfort. But Tropicfeel has introduced the ultimate travel shoe.

It ensures the benefits of aqua shoes, the comfort of sports shoes, the technical outsole materials of hiking shoes, and the styling of the most prevalent daily pieces. It is a complete 4-in-1 package. Undoubtedly, these become the most versatile adventure shoes we’ve ever seen.

It has conquered the most familiar difficulty of foul-smelling of wet shoes. Tropicfeel shoes are made with Agion, a powerful antimicrobial, anti-odor, and water repellent material. It keeps them fresh and lets them breathe when they submerged in water.

Along with this, adventurer has to travel anywhere in all kinds of surfaces. The tropic feels ultimate shoe will not inhibit your fun. You can use them on cement, hardwood, vinyl, streets, dirt, rocks, sand, mud, water, glass, and every kind of surfaces.

Unparalleled features:

  • High tech material help it to Dry quick
  • Agion treatment keep it odor free whole shoe life
  • It is fresh with or without socks.
  • Whatever you do they are Flexible
  • Lightweight (7 oz)
  • Washable 
  • Vegan-Friendly
  • Easy to put on with maximum grip
  • Removable footbed
  • Available in several colors

This shoes with ultimate features not merely reduce your luggage weight but will add fun on your trip with little more comfort. You can travel directly from your trek to dinner.

The only hitch is that they currently come in sizes 7-11.5 for men (USA) and 6.5-10 for women, which gets almost everyone but the people outside that range will have to wait.


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