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Kids Stylish Contrast Lace and High Top Black 6 M US Big Kid

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With lightweight and Hi top lace, this casual Sneakers is suitable for both indoor and outdoor activities for your kids, this classic Black sneaker shoe gets a style upgrade complete with faux lacing and an adjustable strap to ensure the proper fit.

Brand Description
Tracing its history to a garage in Seattle, the BUM Equipment brand has stood for quality in the street active wear market for the past three decades. From its wholesale roots in the upscale Department Stores and Specialty Store arena, to the Mid-tier Specialty Retailers, to its foray into its own retail stores in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and Chicago it has connected at all levels creating BUM lovers all over the world with world-wide partners.

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  • Better wrap the feet, give more suppport while movement
  • Slip Resistant Sole
  • Convinient and lace closure
  • Eye catching contrast lace
  • Round Toe Lace-Up High Top Fashionable Men's Shoes
  • Brand: BUM Equipment
  • Size: 6 M US Big Kid
  • Color: Black
  • Shipping weight: 200
  • Model: BE-120195-J
  • EAN: 0680201593787

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