Reebok Women's Glide Trainers, Black Solid Grey Royal 0, 7 UK 40.5 EU
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Item specifics

New with box: A brand-new, unused, unworn and undamaged item in its original packaging (such as the original box ... Read moreabout the condition
EAN: 4051042291839
Weight: 185 hundredths-pounds Brand: Reebok
Dimensions: L 13.46 x W 9.21 x H 4.72 inches MPN: V53960
PartNumber: V53960_0 Binding: Shoes
UPC: Not Applicable Color: Black (Black/Solid Grey/Reebok Royal 0)
ISBN: Not Applicable Department: Women's
Shoe Size: 7 UK
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