NIKE FREE FLYKNIT CHUKKA RACER CINNABAR blueeE BURGUNDY BLACK WHITE 639700-601 10
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Item specifics

Condition:
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Shade: Cinnabar / Dark Orange
Width: Medium (D, M) FTG NUMBER: SN-0324-56274
Year: 2014 Model:

Free Flyknit Chukka

US Shoe Size (Men's): 10 Modified Item: No
Color:

Orange

Style: Cross Training Shoes
Brand:

Nike

UPC:

Does not apply

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