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Opening Ceremony

'Zloty' metallic heel leather mid calf boots

Product Code   501312729


Sophisticatedly eclectic with their peculiar use of material and structured shapes, these slip-on Opening Ceremony boots elude us into a world of running eccentricity. Constructed in body-conscious black stretch leather and engineered with a metallic silver-tone acetate block heel, this pair takes a delightful twist on classic mid calf boots.

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Sophisticatedly eclectic with their peculiar use of material and structured shapes, these slip-on Opening Ceremony boots elude us into a world of running eccentricity. Constructed in body-conscious black stretch leather and engineered with a metallic silver-tone acetate block heel, this pair takes a delightful twist on classic mid calf boots.
  • 4" metallic silver-tone acetate block heel
  • Mid-calf length
  • Round toe
  • Black stretch nappa leather
  • Asymmetric pannelling
  • Slip-on style with elasticated cuff
  • Leather lining, leather padded insole, and leather outsole
  • Designer shoe bag included
  • 100% Leather Upper / 1: 100% Leather; 2: 100% Acetate Sole
  • Product measures: Heel 10cm (4")
  • True to size

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