The key difference from other shoes is the ZKGs’ grippy, soft and flexible rubber soles which instantly expel water on contact. They are non-marking too, which is essential for protecting top quality decks and bright work.
They are non-marking too, which is essential for protecting top quality decks and bright work.
The colourful 'all-star' style uppers are designed to get wet with a light, perforated neoprene, which allows air in and water out very quickly. Also, once wet they can be simply 'wrung out' and will dry quickly, making ZKGs perfect for a whole range of watersports and superyacht toys too, and they are not out of place simply walking down the street.
Matt Bridge is not a crewmember, but used the shoes recently as the trimmer on board S/Y Moonbird in the Caribbean.
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