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INTERESTPRINT Women's Casual Canvas Slip on Loafer Shoes"br""br""b"MATERIALS: "br" Canvas, rubber, textiles."br""br""b"FEATURES:"br" Flat heel, textile upper and lightweight, suitable for daily wear."br" The insole is removable, it is more convenient to replace and clean."br""br""b"SIZE: "br" US4.5~US14. To make sure you get the right size, please refer to our size chart in the picture before placing an order. "br""br""b"Occasion: "br" This is a good choice as a gift to girlfriend, wife, mother or dear friends. They come in various patterns, perfect for any occasion and outfit.

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