CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN Leather Daffodile 160 Pumps 35.5 Red


CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN Leather Daffodile 160 Pumps 35.5 Red

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We guarantee this is an authentic CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN Leather Daffodile 160 Pumps 35.5 Red or 100% of your money back. These stunning pumps have a sky high 160mm heel and a thick platform foot with red leather uppers and iconic red lacquered soles. These show stopping pumps offer a one of a kind look, from Christian Louboutin!

Size: How we measure
Length: 9", Height: 6"

Item #: 55413

Item Location: Carlsbad, California

Comes With: dust bag, box

Item Condition: Very Good

Exterior: right shoe nick on the on side, small scuff on back, creasing on top back heelleft shoe-small indents on toe, creasing on back heel

Interior: insole shows wear

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