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Princetown faux fur sandals

$94

Princetown faux fur sandals

36.5IT

Never worn

Pink, Faux fur

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Beautiful Gucci Princetown moccasins in fuchsia and beige synthetic fur with the classic golden horsebit on the front Super super cool and very special model !! With box and dust bag !! Packaging: Shoe box

Details

  • Online since:2022-01-08
  • Categories :Women
  • Category:Shoes
  • Sub-category:Sandals
  • Designer:Gucci
  • Model:Princetown
  • Condition:Never worn
  • Material:Faux fur
  • Colour:Pink
  • Size:36.5 IT
  • Location:Italy, from the seller E
  • Reference:20317401

Sold with

  • Shoe box

Princetown faux fur sandals

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