Arbor Venice Shoe - Men's

Arbor Venice Shoe - Men's
Arbor Venice Shoe - Men's
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Venice Shoe - Men's by Arbor
Arbor's Venice Shoe decorates your casual, everyday sneaker in premium suede for a luxuriously soft feel, and canvas reinforces the upper in key areas for long-lasting durability. The lining feels remarkably smooth for easy slipping on. Underfoot, the Venice features a responsive PU footbed for lasting comfort, and the midsole is vulcanized to a ReGrind rubber sole for solid traction.

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