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Peep Toe Buckle Sandals (Sizes up to US 14.5) Handmade by Father

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These leather sandals handmade in Lagos should be your go-to summer sandals. These buckle sandals complement your casual outfits - Beach outings, Summer walks. These comfortable sandals have leather straps forming a toe ring, a strap at the vamp, another strap at the instep with a horsebit chain attached to it as well as an ankle strap with a fastening buckle. Why not try our slide sandals?

It takes about 1-2 weeks to handcraft this beauty!

Sizing: True to size.

Shipping: DHL Express

- Open toe
- Slip-on
- Upper: 100% Genuine Leather
- Inner Sole: 100% Genuine Leather
- Lining: 100% Genuine Leather
- Outer Sole: Synthetic

CARE
- Avoid spirits, bleach, or detergent in cleaning dirt from slippers.
- Use a suitable leather polish or cleaner.
- If wet, endeavour to dry under the sun, and also apply suitable polish before the next use.
- To prolong its useful life, store in a clean dry place, preferably inside the shoe bag provided for you.

NOTE
*The colour and type of leather and outer sole used in making our footwear may vary slightly.
*The flash may affect the images seen above. Hence, footwear could be a few shades darker or lighter.

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Peep Toe Buckle Sandals (Sizes up to US 14.5) Handmade by Father

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