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Gaerne Vertical Shoes

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Exclusive look combined with top technology. This is the ideal footwear for the numerous MTB amateurs. Lightweight and comfortable, this model is characterized by excellent fit and the extreme ease with which it slips onto the foot. Practical and fast fastening system with three Velcro straps. Excellent support for the foot.

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