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★BREATHABLE & COMFORTABLE : Top-of-the-line neoprene material is stretchy, breathable and holes on the sole provide superior breathability and quick drying. Keep Your Feet Feel Great!
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★LIGHTWEIGHT & SLIP-ON CLOSURE: The water shoes are super lightweight. You don't even feel anything but only free and comfortable. One-Shoe Weight Only 130g (0.29lb/Size 8D). Very Flexible and Soft.
★Multifunction: It is suitable for beach, swimming pool, yoga, pilates, weight training, wake-boarding, sailing, parasailing, boating, kayaking, windsurfing, cycling, jogging, walking, fishing, beach volleyball, garden, lawn, car-washing and driving.
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Harold S. Geneen, CEO ITT from 1959-77, and various authors


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The Heritage Institute works to promote leadership, integrity and competence in governance and human relations in the workplace and community.

The Heritage Institute is located in West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. We travel widely to provide in-house training and services for our clients.

The Heritage Institute's clients have included governments, the justice system, financial institutions, businesses and community organizations.

At the Heritage Institute, we have been working in the field of corporate governance and human relations for over 30 years.



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