So iLL x Toms LV Climbing Shoe (12) Green

So iLL x Toms LV Climbing Shoe (12) Green by So iLL at The Classified Guide. MPN: TOMS-DYNASTYGREEN-13. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Low Volume Sizing. Synthetic Upper & Padded Tongue. Large Buckle Closures. Dark Matter Rubber. Downturned Toe & Ultra Thin Midsole.

So iLL x Toms LV Climbing Shoe (12) Green by So iLL
4.1 out of 5 stars with 29 reviews
Condition: New
Availability: In Stock



Features & Highlights

  • Low Volume Sizing
  • Synthetic Upper & Padded Tongue
  • Large Buckle Closures
  • Dark Matter Rubber
  • Downturned Toe & Ultra Thin Midsole

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