PANTOFOLA D´gold PDO gold Legend Basket High-Top Sneaker Gr.36 Neuwertig
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Item specifics

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Obermaterial: Textil Nylon, Echtleder, Wildleder
Sohle: Gummi Marke: PANTOFOLA D´ORO
Herstellungsland und -region: Italien Schuhgröße: EUR 36
Farbe: Grau-Weiß Futter: Echtleder
Verschluss: Schnürsenkel Stil: High-Top Sneakers
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