Colour: Blue
Milano 70 Stretch-Knit Sneakers in Multicoloured
Milano 70 Stretch-Knit Sneakers in Blue
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Brand: Prada

Category: Shoes > Trainers

Colour: Blue


Prada's 'Milano 70' sneakers are named for the Italian city where the house was founded over a century ago. Made from a light and breathable stretch-knit, they have an embroidered logo on the side and rest on rubber soles with grips that resemble the house's triangular emblem. There's an extra set of navy laces included so you can switch between the two for a different look. - Navy, white and blue stretch-knit - Embroidered designer emblems, leather trims and partial linings, rubber soles - Lace-up - Come with spare laces – Made in Italy - Fits true to size. Take your normal size - Only available in full sizes, go up to the nearest whole size if you take a half size
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