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Momo Gt Pro Driving Shoes - Fia 8856/2000 - All Sizes/colors - R576 on 2040-parts.com

US $259.99
Location:

South Haven, Michigan, United States

South Haven, Michigan, United States
Condition:New with tags Brand:Momo Manufacturer Part Number:R576 Make:GT Pro Country/Region of Manufacture:Italy

Momo GT Pro Driving Shoes - FIA 8856/2000

This very lightweight driving boot offers a calf air leather exterior and a thin rubber sole for optimal pedal grip and feel. Made in calf air leather, the new GT PRO shoe guarantees the utmost lightness with the best comfort.   The rubber sole is made with a particularly low thickness to offer a great feeling for the driver and an optimal grip on the pedals.
  • FIA 8856/2000
  • Available in Black, Blue and Red
  • Made in Italy

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