New Balance 696 Suede Shoe - Women's

New Balance 696 Suede Shoe - Women's
New Balance 696 Suede Shoe - Women's
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696 Suede Shoe - Women's by New Balance
One thing's for sure, you don't need to visit Martha's Vineyard or the Cape to acquire some beachy-keen style. Just throw on the New Balance Women's 696 Lakeview Shoe and you're well on your way to Chill City. Crafted with a luxe suede and burlap upper, this sneaker features a gum rubber sole that exudes fresh style. Just don't forget, you can't wear white after Labor Day so don't indulge in that fashion faux-pas with these sneakers.

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