HOW TO LOOK AFTER YOUR AQUASHOES?

OUR TIPS TO MAINTAIN YOUR AQUASHOES 

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A FEW MAINTENANCE REMINDERS

- Each time you use them, rinse them properly in clear water.
- If you have a removable sole, remove it and rinse it separately.
- You can wash your aquashoes in a washing machine at 30ºC (max).
- Dry them in the sun in a well-aired spot.
- Dry the removable sole outside the aquashoes.
- It is not recommended to put them in a dryer.

You now know how to maintain your aquashoes but do you know how to use them correctly? Discover our tips, written with help from the Longitude 181 association, one of our partners, to use your aquashoes properly whilst respecting the marine environment.

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            François, Subea product engineer

            I have been the Subea "footwear" product engineer since 2016. Before joining Decathlon, I was in the amphibious section of the Foreign Legion, with a parachute regiment in Calvi, in Corsica, where I was a reconnaissance swimmer. I was also a diving instructor at the same time. I am a FFESSM level 4 initiator, meaning the equivalent of a 1 star CMAS instructor.

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