Poseidon One Shoe - Black and White

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The Poseidon One Shoe is a shoe worth wearing above and below the surface.

Please be aware these shoes run narrow and are a snug fit, if you have a wider foot or prefer a generous fit please order the next size larger.

Poseidon One Shoe - Black and White

Poseidon One Shoe
Poseidon One Shoe In Use
  • Heavy duty Supratex┬« neoprene with anti-slip sole
  • Durable in harsh marine environments
  • Use above or below the water
  • Elastic laces do not need to be tied
  • YKK brand waterproof rear entry zipper

The Poseidon "One Shoe" bootie is a step-in shoe with a zipper closure in the back and elastic bungee cord laces to keep the shoe slim around the foot. The high durability rubber sole makes boarding ladders and shore entries a snap. The Neoprene® fabric and rubber sole easily tolerate harsh marine environments. May be used as a bootie for diving with open heeled fins or simply worn as a shoe for everyday use. Laces do not need to be tied. Each pair includes a Poseidon mesh bag that has multiple uses.

Please be aware these shoes run narrow, if you have a wider foot please order the next size larger. Also these also have thinner style soles, if you are looking for thicker "rock" style booties these might not meet your needs.

  • Made in Supratex® with rubber sole
  • YKK brand waterproof rear entry zipper
  • Elastic bungee cord laces

Shoe Sizing

Euro Size cm US Men US Women UK Men UK Women
36 23.5 4.5 6 4 3.5
37 23.8 5 6.5 4.5 4
38 24.5 6 7.5 5.5 5
39 25.1 7 8.5 6.5 6
40 25.4 7.5 9 7 6.5
41 25.7 8 9.5 7.5 7
42 26.0 8.5 10 8 7.5
43 26.7 9 10.5 8.5 8
44 27.3 10.5 12 10 9.5
45 27.9 11.5 13 11 10.5
46 29.2 12.5 14 12 11.5
47 29.8 13.5 15 13 12.5
More Information
Brand Poseidon
SKU PDS-0251-96xx
Weight 2.200000

Your Hands and Feet Can Be Larger When Diving

Divers experiencing a slight swelling in hands and feet is not unusual. Called edema, mild swelling in your hands or feet is not a typical symptom of decompression sickness (DCS) and would rarely occur alone. If it were related to DCS, it would more likely occur with pain, numbness or change in skin sensation. Diving related causes are more likely a constrictive wrist or ankle cuff on a wetsuit or dry suit. The depth compensating elastic wrist bands or bungee cords popular with technical dive computers is another common cause. If you are sizing new boots or gloves, keep in mind that a snug fit on dry land might become really uncomfortably tight when gearing up for diving.