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Pollini - Boots "Leo"
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Product ID : 1000-2283 Boots "Leo"
MSRP: 475.00 EUR
333.00 EUR
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  • - Footwear type: boots for men
  • - Color: dark green
  • - Upper material: leather
  • - Inner material: light fur
  • - Insole (material): light fur
  • - Outsole (material): rubber
  • - Heel type: horseshoe shaped heel
  • - Zipper / fastener (material): 15cm inside plastic zipper
  • - Heel height, cm: 3
  • - Platform height, cm: 1cm outsole
  • - Shoe height, cm: 17
  • - Tapered toe, the model is slightly pulled
free delivery for orders over € 200.
if your order amount is less than € 200, the shipping fee is € 30.

Delivery takes from 2 to 15 days, depending on the region.

Try-on service is available for Russia and Ukraine.

You can return or exchange the product during 365 days from the date of receipt. Return procedure is absolutely transparent.

You can pay for your order online using a credit card, WebMoney and Yandex.Money services. For Russia and Ukraine you can also choose cash-on-delivery option.
Pollini

Pollini has a long history of successful footwear manufacture. The Pollini brand is under the constructive control of the creative and purpose-driven artist, Nicholas Kirkwood, who has been keeping the Pollini brand at the top of popularity since 2008. At his place Nicholas Kirkwood met the 60th anniversary of Pollini. Each Pollini shoe model is manually created at the large factory in Italy. The process of manufacturing of Pollini footwear is consists of more than 100 phases, from sketch to packing of made up masterpieces of shoe craftsmanship in branded boxes with the Pollini logo, which is so desirable for all women of the world. Pollini shoes are demonstrated in the New York Fashion Museum. The 60th Pollini brand anniversary was celebrated by the new collection show where each model was wearing seamless vintage Pollini boots which had been invented in 1977 and altered to a modern twist due to the artistic concept of Nicholas Kirkwood.


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