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GEOX Shahira Trainer

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From €99,00 (FREE ROI & UK Delivery)
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Cool, fashionable and appealing, perfect to add a touch of character to an everyday, casual look, Shahira women's trainers offer total comfort thanks to the breathable, perforated soles, patented by Geox, which keep feet dry all day long. With uppers in pearl-finished, drummed leather with unusual and refined white, beige and pink touches and shiny mesh inserts, Shahira has removable insoles for maximum practicability and hygiene, and avant-garde soles made in EVA, rubber and TPU, making them lightweight, durable and flexible as well as offering stability and grip as you walk.

  • Textile lining
  • Rubber sole
  • Non-slip sole
  1. FREE ROI & UK shipping
  2. Collection in store is also available
  3. Free republic of Ireland returns*

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