LOUIS VUITTON Calfskin Diplomacy Ranger Combat Boots 39 Red


LOUIS VUITTON Calfskin Diplomacy Ranger Combat Boots 39 Red

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We guarantee this is an authentic LOUIS VUITTON Calfskin Diplomacy Ranger Combat Boots 39 Red or 100% of your money back. These extraordinary boots are crafted of calfskin leather in burgundy red. The boots feature gold detailing on the front of the toes, a side zipper and a wide leather strap that closes with two gold buckles. These are truly stylish boots to make a bold statement with the luxury and style only from Louis Vuitton!

Measurements: How we measure
Insole: 11 in
Shaft: 8 in
Heel: 1.25 in

Item #: 150579

Item Location: Beverly Hills, California

Comes With: box, dust bag

Designer ID#: NL0134

Year: 2014

Item Condition: Excellent

Exterior: Scuffs , creases

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