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Shoes, sandals for baby girl, boy (kids).

Posted By: primavera

Date: Thu, 23 May 2013

Price: $15.00

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Shoes, sandals for girl and boy for sale (15$ each).
1) dark blue sandals for Boy, leather inside, Minimen brand, good support of the child's feet and heel behind, size 26 (it's 18-18,5sm long).
2) pink sandals for Girl, leather inside, Minimen brand, good support of the child's feet and heel behind, size 23 (it's 15,5-16sm).
3) black/ shiny gray shoes for Girl, Geox, leather inside, breathable system, size 22 (15-15,5sm long).
4) red colore sandals for Girl, full leather, good support for feet and heel, size 21 (15-15,5 sm).




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