Leather Lang Mirror Silver Choo Sandals Strappy Jimmy CPqXa6wn

Gently used
  • Scuff on soles

In amazing condition on the outside, just worn on sole from one night.

Amazing condition!

Lacquered heel, 4" (100mm)

Mirror leather upper

Adjustable ankle strap

Leather lining and sole

Padded insole

Made in Italy


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High 3"-4"

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Slim

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EU Size:

36

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Regular (M, B)

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Mon 9/3/18 - Thu 9/6/18 (4-7 days)

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