The North Face Shifter Shoes

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Whether you are cruising down the Pacific Coast Highway or hanging out at home, The North Face Shifter shoe will suit your needs. They are highly durable, comfortable, breathable, and flexible. Perforated durable PU (polyurethane)...

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