Boys Letter Graphic Slip On Shoes

Boys Letter Graphic Slip On Shoes


Looking for the perfect gift for the special boy in your life? Look no further than our boys’ letter graphic slip on shoes! These shoes are stylish and comfortable, and he’s sure to love them. They come in your choice of two color options, gray or white.

Want this in another color? Contact [email protected] for availability and availability based on style.

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Shoe Size: 7 & up

Item #: TSNK-BGN-S-07U17

These graphic boys’ letter slide on black sneakers are perfect for any occasion. Designed by Smyth, the black/gray graphic letter print is featured on the sides of the shoe. Wear them with jeans or dress them up with a dress shirt and slacks! They are lightweight and flexible.

We try to send out orders within 1 business day of receiving payment. Please allow 1 business day for us to print the item, package it properly, schedule the UPS delivery and ship it out. If you need a quicker shipping method, contact us: [email protected] You can also set up an automatic shipment option in your Etsy order history. Please provide your shipping address so it can be ready for the next time your order is placed.

Shipping time varies based on your location. Please see additional information for shipping information. The shipping carrier may add their surcharges to the shipping cost. Shipping and handling costs will be determined based on the shipping address provided during checkout.

Please see the additional information for the return information. We are not responsible for any lost or damaged packages in transit. Return shipping costs will be deducted from your refund.// Copyright 2018 the V8 project authors. All rights reserved.
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