Skechers Sport Women’s Breathe Easy Lovestory Mary Jane Flat (9.5 W US, Charcoal)
Skechers Sport Women's Breathe Easy Lovestory Mary Jane Flat (9.5 W US, Charcoal)
- Soft suede and ripstop fabric upper
- Slip on casual mary jane comfort sneaker design
- Suede double mary jane instep strap with elastic side panel for easy slip on
- Relaxed Fit® design for a roomy comfortable fit
- Memory Foam cushioned comfort insole, Flexible rubber traction outsole
Show your feet some affection with the SKECHERS Relaxed Fit®: Breathe Easy - Love Story shoe. Soft suede and ripstop fabric upper in a slip on casual comfort mary jane sneaker with stitching and overlay accents. Memory Foam insole.
Skechers Sport Women's Breathe Easy Lovestory Mary Jane Flat (9.5 W US, Charcoal), Skechers
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