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Main Colour: White/ Metallic Silver/ Midnight Navy
Upper Material: Leather/ Suede Shoe Size: UK 8
Lining: Textile Brand: Nike
Sole: Rubber Style: Basketball
Product ID: 136065 101 EU Shoe Size: 42.5
EAN: 091204744852
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