Hush Puppies Women’s Chaste Ballet Shoe, black, 8.5 M US
Hush Puppies Women's Chaste Ballet Shoe, black, 8.5 M US
- Comfort-minded ballet flat featuring genuine suede leather sock lining with breathable perforated arch
- 1/4 inch molded rubber outsole that provides excellent traction and durability
- Zero g outsole built with lightweight materials
- HP02flex: cushioned triangle footbed pattern conforms to the way you walk, providing air circulation, flexibility, and support
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