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Kirin-1 Childrens Slippers Size 11 Girls,Led Flashing Fruit Slip

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Kirin-1 Childrens Slippers Size 11 Girls,Led Flashing Fruit Slip

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Product description

Features: with LED Lights
Upper Material: PU
SOLE MATERIAL: EVA
Pattern: Cartoon
Function: Non-slip, Anti-Kick, Breathable, Light and Cool
STYLE: CASUAL, LIGHT UP
Because the light is on, the shoe does not have a USB interface. It is because a battery in the sole of the shoe emits electricity. Sometimes it will not emit light over time, one is bright and one is not bright, or one is Bright and one is dark. it is normal. These is not qualy. Problem!
BREATHABLE AND LIGHTWEIGHT Material, Super Light, Soft and Comfortable, Suitable for Children, BOYS AND GIRLS.
Occasion: Outdoor Sports, Vacation, Travel, Walking with The Dog, Home Wear, etc.
Beautiful Shoes with Lights, Very Cute and DuRable, Glittering To Suit Children's Preferences."br"Note: Due to Many Factors, Such As The Brightness Or Lighting Level of The Computer Screen

Kirin-1 Childrens Slippers Size 11 Girls,Led Flashing Fruit Slip

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