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Adidas (good Year) Red, White & Blue Vintage Quilted Racing Boots Mens Size 11 on 2040-parts.com

US $28.33
Location:

Connersville, Indiana, United States

Connersville, Indiana, United States
Condition:Pre-owned Color:Red, White & Blue Make:(Good Year) Brand:adidas Size:Mens 11

Small spot on foot of right boot, very light signs of wear otherwise! These are in really nice condition still!! Inner and outer sole excellent! Great buy on these high quality racing boots!




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