Retro sneaker styled wetsuit boots from O'Neill, the Freak Sneaks are sure to turn heads

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Size/Style: UK 12


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Freakin awesome!”

Dean, 27 Feb. Review is from O'Neill 3mm Freak Sneak Hi-Top Boot (Black) 2013. Translate.
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The retro styling and lace-up closure will ensure you stand out in these Sneak freak wetsuit boots.

Ideal for Wake skating or just to re-create that skateboard feel when on your board, the glued and blind stitched seams and 3mm thickness gives you protection from the elements.

O'Neill say:

The 2012 boot line consists of a complete overhaul on our top end boots and reflect the expertly designed features and attention to detail you have come to expect from O'Neill.

Technical specifications:

  • Hi-Top Fluid Foam
  • Lo-Top fluid foam with breathable filtertech tongue
  • Tacky Grip
  • External: Foxing rubber outsole
  • retro styling
  • Glued and Blindstitched
  • Internal Seal Tape
  • Lace Up Closure
  • Round Toe

Note: O'Neill Wetsuit products can only be shipped and delivered to customers within the European Union (EU)

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  • Freakin awesome!

    , 27 Feb 13. Review is for O'Neill 3mm Freak Sneak Hi-Top Boot (Black) 2013.

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