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Rieker Men's 11230 Oxford Flat, blue, 7.5 UK

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With these Rieker men's low shoes from the current collection, any fashionable outfit can be complemented in a perfect and trendy way. Rieker shoes are not only decorative, fashionable products. Their special properties make them more than that. Our special constructions and the lightweight and elastic components used make every shoe an anti-stress shoe. Our special features are a minimum of weight, a high degree of flexibility, a fit that offers space where the volume of the feet increases during the day and optimal shock absorption on different surfaces. These features make Rieker shoes the perfect companion in all situations of everyday life.

Rieker Men's 11230 Oxford Flat, blue, 7.5 UK

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