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Vibram Fivefingers Women's Signa Water Shoes

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SKU: 13W02
Product Code: 8129174
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  • A fan favorite, the Vibram Fivefingers Women's Signa Water Shoe features an ultra-light, ultra-protective design. Perfect for surfers, rowers, kayakers, and stand-up paddleboarders, this amphibious shoe deliver long-lasting traction and comfort both in and out of the water.


    • Upper: Stretch polyester mesh.
    • Insole: Polyester mesh.
    • Non-marking outsole.
    • Vegan composition.


    • Max Sole Thickness: 3mm Rubber.
    • Drainage holes: For water flow.
    • Abrasion-resistant fabric: For durability and protection.
    • WaveGrip technology:
            - A non-marking rubber compound with micro-siping and drainage channels.
            - Offers highly durable traction on marine surfaces.
            - Easily grips smooth gel coat, stainless steel, and wet wool.
    • Weight: 3.17oz.

    Country of Origin

    • Imported


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  • 3.5 Review Stars (3 Reviews)

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  • 6/1/2017 Poor Quality

    1 Review Stars By DanaB

    I do water aerobics. The pool, of course, has a concrete bottom. These swim shoes have such a thin sole there was no cushion for the bottom of my feet. I can not wear them. I wore them once and that was a waste of money. Frankly, I'd like to send them back. And the top of the shoe is too tight. Very uncomfortable. Total waste of money!

    Mabelvale, AR

    Fit: Feels true to size

  • 2/25/2017 Swim shoes run small

    4 Review Stars By MamaKline

    My daughter grabbed these after I discovered they were too tight for my feet.  She loves them and uses them when she is on her board.

    Stafford,, VA

    Fit: Feels too small

  • 9/14/2016 Awesome Fit and Feel

    5 Review Stars By DesertDancer

    I struggled with the price point on these, but made the leap of faith and totally worth it!  True to size - fits like a second skin, but better.  I wear these for running and ballet exercises in the water (lots and lots of brushing the foot against the bottom of the pool). Barely leaves a puddle trace coming out of the water, so excellent drainage, too. Great value.

    Rio Rancho, NM

    Fit: Feels true to size

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Vibram Fivefingers

When Vibram founder, Vitale Bramani, invented the first rubber soles for mountaineering boots in 1935, it was the beginning of a revolution. Now, 75 years later, Vibram is still known around the world as the undisputed leader in soling technology for a wide-range of quality performance footwear products.

Vibram continually exhibits their relentless commitment to research and product innovation. When creating the Vibram FiveFingers®, Vibram collaborated with the full Vibram team to position these shoes as a performance product for running, fitness, and outdoor sports. This shoe started out as a concept and quickly turned into, what they call, a barefooting revolution.

FiveFingers shoes not only encourage a more natural forefoot strike during running, but they allow the foot to move and work in a completely natural way. Also providing grip and protection over a variety of surfaces, these shoes have been shown to relieve knee pain and soreness that traditional running shoes worsen.

It is important to note that running in Vibram FiveFingers requires a significant increase in lower leg and foot strength. A gradual transition is critical to avoid overuse injuries.