FitFlop Women’s Superloafer Medical Professional Shoe, Indian Blue, 6 M US
FitFlop Women's SUPERLOAFER Medical Professional Shoe, Indian Blue, 7 M US
- on FitFlop's lightweight Loaff Microwobbleboard midsoles with average (width) fit
- APMA* Seal of Acceptance, for footwear found to promote good foot health
- biomechanically engineered to be world-class comfortable shoes
- leather upper with microfibre-lined uppers and mesh footbed with elastic panel that adjusts for high insteps
- seamless built-in arch contour and lightweight sole with hard-wearing, slip-resistant rubber pods
FitFlop fun super loafer leather shoes are über-light and casual cool, with virtually seamless, stretch-to-fit uppers and all-day mood-enhancing underfoot cush (thanks to FitFlop amazing loaff™ microwobbleboard™ mid soles). if you work on your feet, you want a pair. They're super by name, and super by nature
FitFlop Women's SUPERLOAFER Medical Professional Shoe, Indian Blue, 7 M US, FitFlop
|Current Price||$60.99||November 13, 2018|
|Highest Price||$64.19||October 30, 2018|
|Lowest Price||$60.99||November 13, 2018|
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|$60.99||November 13, 2018|
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