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FitFlop

Ladies Freya Leather Sneakers with Exotic Piping

Size UK4
Size UK4

R1,499

Retail: R2,400

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This deal expired on 2021-01-27.

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This will be delivered in a bag without the regular FitFlop box.

About

Your new off-duty hero – FitFlop's easy-on-the-eye, wearable take on the chunky trainer trend. Curved panel detailing and mixing smooth leather with high-shine patent ramp up the style. While the sporty-look version of FitFlop's legendary Microwobbleboard™ midsoles delivers unbeatable comfort and cushioning all through your day. Wear to the shops, to lunch with friends, wherever.

Launched in their very first sandal ten years ago, the triple-density Microwobbleboard midsole was engineered by two pioneering British biomechanists. Delivering extraordinary comfort, it not only helps absorb shock but can also diffuse underfoot pressure, by instantly increasing the contact area of the foot to the midsole.

Product Features
  • Chunky trainer for a sporty look
  • Curved panel detailing
  • Extraordinary comfort
  • Helps absorb shock and diffuse underfoot pressure
  • Triple Density Microwobbleboard midsole.
Product Specification
  • Upper Material: Leather (Bovine) / PU
  • Lining Material: Fabric
  • Fastening: Laces
  • Fit: Average to Wide Fit
  • Sole Material: Slip-Resistant Rubber
  • Technology: Microwobbleboard Standard
  • Size: UK4
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