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Walk on Water Buoyant Strider lets you travel across the surface completely upright
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Walk on Water Buoyant Strider lets you travel across the surface completely upright

Change the way you enjoy your time at the beach with the Walk on Water Buoyant Strider. This fun water sports device lets you cross the surface of the water while standing upright. Whether you live in a tropical country or like to go to the pool in the summer, this water toy makes you feel almost Biblical. Entirely buoyant, this pool toy supports your weight as you put one foot on each side. Similar to stilts in design, this beach toy has vertical handles for you to hold as you walk on the water. And when you’re packing up to go home, you can easily disassemble the Walk on Water for simple transportation. The primary structure uses carbon fiber, which is both lightweight and extremely strong. You can choose from colors such as red, green, orange, blue, and yellow to add extra brightness to your water activities.

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Genevieve Healey
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6 kg
L 100 cm x W 40 cm x H 50 cm
Red, Yellow, Blue, Green, Orange
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