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Gender : Women/Gril

Upper Material:Suede

Sole Material:Rubber

Lining Material:PU

Insole Material:PU

Season:four seasons

Suitable Scenes:Outdoor/Everyday/Party/Beach/Work/Leisure

Style:Casual,Fashion

Toe Style : Round

Closing Method:Buckle Strap

Heel High Style:Flat

Increase High:NO

Tube length:NO

Tube circumference:NO

Shoes Heel High:3cm/1.18''

Platform Heigh:2.5cm/0.98''

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