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807151336-Z54A

Style: Trainers
Country/Region of Manufacture: Vietnam Main Colour: Dark Green
Product ID: 807151 336 Fastening: Lace Up
Exact Colour: Sequoia/Menta/BrightCrimson/Sl Upper Material: Leather/Synthetic
Location: Z 54A Lining: Textile
Manufacture: Vietnam
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