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Ethnic Wear Multi Color Jute Threrad and Latkan Work Hand Embroidered Jutti
Ethnic Wear Multi Color Jute Threrad and Latkan Work Hand Embroidered Jutti
Ethnic Wear Multi Color Jute Threrad and Latkan Work Hand Embroidered Jutti
Ethnic Wear Multi Color Jute Threrad and Latkan Work Hand Embroidered Jutti
Ethnic Wear Multi Color Jute Threrad and Latkan Work Hand Embroidered Jutti
Ethnic Wear Multi Color Jute Threrad and Latkan Work Hand Embroidered Jutti
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Ethnic Wear Multi Color Jute Threrad and Latkan Work Hand Embroidered Jutti

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  • Sole: Leather
  • Closure: Slip-On
  • Shoe Width: Medium
  • Construction - Leather
  • Padding - Double Padded Cushioning for Extra Comfort
  • Lifestyle: Casual, Party & Wedding,Daily
  • Durable & Stylish Bite Free And Pinch Free
  • Comfort : A perfect style and comfort , Light Weight & Cushioned Foot bed Comfort to the Feet. Hand Crafted by some of Well-trained artisans.

Product details

  • Date First Available : 28 July 2020
  • ASIN : B08DRJM8C2
  • Item model number : 1161_P

Product description

These Punjabi Juttis Are Made Of Silk And Embellished With Hand Embroidery By Designer Ethnic Wear. Don't Miss, it is believed that one of the earliest examples of footwear worn on the Indian subcontinent datable to circa 200 BC. During the 3rd and 4th Centuries in the Buddhist period, it was quite common to wear strapped, and Indian kings wore ornamented with precious jewels. Jain literature shows that leather was used for the making of shoes, which protected the toes from getting injured. Jutties are made with Genuine leather sole and used double Padded Cushion in insole which provide extra comfort to the Foot