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Harrys Of London

'Mr Jones 2' suede trim tech leather sneakers

Product Code   501334361


Handmade using the brand's innovative tech leather and Kudu suede, these sneakers from Harry's of London boast scratch- and water-resistant properties to prevent damage by abrasive surfaces. Offering unrivalled comfort and practicality with non-skid Vibram® Wave outsole, this pair provides excellent shock absorption for unrivalled comfort.

US$680

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Handmade using the brand's innovative tech leather and Kudu suede, these sneakers from Harry's of London boast scratch- and water-resistant properties to prevent damage by abrasive surfaces. Offering unrivalled comfort and practicality with non-skid Vibram® Wave outsole, this pair provides excellent shock absorption for unrivalled comfort.
  • Low top
  • Navy rubberised tech leather
  • Scratch-resistant and water-resistant properties
  • Tonal Kudu suede trims at toe and heel
  • 5-eyelet lace-up
  • Round toe
  • Leather lining, and leather insole
  • Signature Vibram® Wave rubber outsole
  • Designer shoe bag included
  • Handmade in Italy
  • 1: 100% Leather; 2: 100% Suede Upper / 100% Rubber Sole
  • Product measures: Heel 3cm (1.2")
  • True to size

    Delivery service is available for this item, and is covered by our Return & Exchange Policy. The item must meet the requirements of “Sellable Condition” under our Terms and Conditions.

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