Cicime Chelsea Ankle Boots For Black Women For 19934 Low Heels Shoes Zipper Booties Slip On Shoe Flats Black/Brown Black c3ae5b6




Leather
Rubber sole
Heel measures approximately 1.18 inches\"
This simple style of chelsea ankle boots seems easy but not easy. Thet can match with many clothes and diffrent styles. And never out of fashion
The heightof this pair of low heel boots is 3CM / 1.18inches, which is not too high that you can go everywhere with this pair of boots.
The mian material of this round toe shoe is High-Quality Leather which breathe freely.
The closed way of this pair of heels is by Zipper. Our zipper is very smooth and very convenience for you to take on / off.
Not only the zipper, they have elastic belt which is blend with upper perfectly.

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