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Susan 46 Patent French Nappa Black Rivets Ankle boots

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€153.93

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Ankle boots Susan 46 Patent French Nappa Black Rivets

About Susan 46 Patent French Nappa Black Rivets

The new women's ankle boots from our fall-winter collection are finally here! The brand has used all its know-how into the design and manufacture of these exceptional boots. Robust and elegant, our leather ankle boots Susan 46 by Melvin & Hamilton are the perfect shoe for the winter. To stand out from the crowd, why not choose these black ankle boots? They mix a classic look with bright colors, adding a little fantasy with discreet details that make all the difference. These high quality leather boots are ideal for showing your personality during the cold days of the season!

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  • Info & Care
Ankle boots Susan 46 Patent French Nappa Black Rivets
  • Gender Women
  • Season Fall / Winter
  • Material Goat Leather, Patent goat or calf leather
  • Color Black
  • Insole Leather lnsole
  • Lining Beige leather lining
  • Outsole Wearlight rubber sole
  • Heel height 3"
  • Collection newest
  • Item number 108195

First of all, clean the shoes with a wet cloth, before any other care. Then wipe the shoe with a dry cloth. You can easily take care of this type of leather with moisture supply, such as creams, lotions and fine shoe care products. This will nourish the leather and avoid cracks and other injuries on your shoes. Take also care of the leather soles by using a special oil for them. In addition to all these cares, we also recommend you to use shoe trees to make your shoes last longer. In addition, we strongly advise you not to apply waterproofing sprays, especially sprays containing alcohol. Indeed, they can alter the brightness and damage the finish of your leather shoes.

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