Gill 956 Aquatech Shoes Size Us 5 - 6 Uk 4 - 5 Euro 37/38 New on 2040-parts.com
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:906
Country/Region of Manufacture:Thailand
Gill Aquatech Shoes
These versatile water shoes have a wraparound, non-marking, natural
rubber sole for improved grip. A soft, Glideskin cuff has been added
for comfort. Equally suitable for the boat and the beach.
- Gill #: 956
- 2 mm neoprene
- 100% natural rubber soles
- Supratex panel across toes
- Wraparound, non skid, natural rubber sole
- Velcro adjustable strap
- Flat locked seams for comfort
- USA: 5 - 6
- UK: 4 - 5
- EURO: 37/38
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- Unfortunately, I the box I have for these does not match the contents.
- New, unused
- This has been in storage for some time so package and contents may be a bit dusty.
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