Wanted Women s Aravalli Fashion Sneaker Wedge s Sneaker 16873 Black 450e40c




Synthetic
Imported
Rubber sole
Platform measures approximately 1
Wanted "Aravalli" synthetic wedge slip-on fashion sneaker features a rubber sole, double gore insets, a smooth back counter, and a nylon frabric upper detailing for the perfect slip-on shoe design.
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