Arena Bow Water Shoes
21,90 € – 22,90 €
These Bow Water Shoes strike the perfect balance between comfort and protection, making them an excellent choice for activities like walking along rocky beaches, strolling near rivers, or as an alternative to pool sandals. These shoes are designed to be super lightweight, making them easy to pack and carry.
Arena Bow Water Shoes
Arena Bow Water Shoes are a type of water shoes designed for various water activities such as walking along rocky beaches, strolling near rivers, or as an alternative to pool sandals. They are designed to provide excellent traction, comfort, and protection for your feet while you’re in and around water.
These water shoes come in a variety of colors and sizes for both men and women. These shoes are super lightweight and feature a sturdy rubber sole, providing excellent grip and stability. Putting them on is effortless with the elastic drawstring fastening and pull-on heel tab. The upper is made from soft black neoprene and accented with vibrant neon detailing, creating a stylish yet functional design. Compact and easy to carry, these water shoes are a must-have for your swim bag or backpack. The Arena Bow Water Shoes are a popular choice for water sports enthusiasts and people who enjoy spending time in the water.
- Gender: Woman, Man
- Material: 60% Polyester, 38% Thermoplastic Rubber, 2% Polyamide
The arena brand was founded by Horst Dassler, the son of Adidas’ founder and President of Adidas France. Inspired by Mark Spitz’s historic 7 gold medals and 7 world records at the 1972 Munich Summer Games, Dassler envisioned a swimwear company dedicated to aquatic sports. In 1973, arena introduced its first competition swimwear line called Skinfit®, featuring ultra-light fabric designed to cling like a “second skin.”
The following year, arena signed its first female sponsorship agreement with Australian swimmer Shane Gould, who had won 5 individual Olympic medals in the 1972 Munich Games. Working with Gould, arena developed the Shane Gould Female Swimsuit Collection in 1974. To support its growth, arena began sponsoring individual athletes who provided valuable feedback and generated excitement for aquatic sports. By 1976, arena athletes and products were ready for the Olympic Games in Montreal, where they won an impressive 44 Olympic medals. In the following years, arena athletes continued to excel, winning numerous medals and setting world records.