Mofri Women s Trendy B076DYXTM5 Knee Block Zipper Low Heel Round Toe Faux Suede Side Zipper Above The Knee Boots Coffee 891e148




microsuede
Synthetic sole
Shaft measures approximately 21.7\" from arch
Heel measures approximately 1.4 inches; Opening circumference measures approximately 13 inches; Shaft measures approximately 21.7 inches
STYLISH, TRENDY AND COMFORTABLE ROUNDED TOE OVER THE KNEE RIDING BOOTS:The block heel raises your height and giving the shoes a chunky shape that is reflection of the latest trends
UNIQUE DESIGN FOR OUTSTANDING APPEARANCE: Subtly detailed with plain rounded toe, low blocked heels, are ideal for wearing out in office in the day time or at night to the bar or to the club
PERFECT FOR EVERY OUTFIT: With the shoes, you can put a perfect finish on any outfit for casual, party, work, date, wedding, cocktail, nightclub, homecoming, travelling, daily life or other special occasions
ULTRA COMFY AND SLIP RESISTANT: Ultra-soft, vegan synthetic leather upper, comfortable lining, cushioned footbed, slip-resistant outsole for all day comfort walking

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The Heritage Institute works to promote leadership, integrity and competence in governance and human relations in the workplace and community.

The Heritage Institute is located in West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. We travel widely to provide in-house training and services for our clients.

The Heritage Institute's clients have included governments, the justice system, financial institutions, businesses and community organizations.

At the Heritage Institute, we have been working in the field of corporate governance and human relations for over 30 years.



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