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Maison Margiela’s iconic Tabi boots are inspired by the traditional Japanese socks of the same name that have been worn with thonged footwear since the 15th century. Constructed from smooth white leather, this classic pair features the signature cleft toe, a concealed side fastening, a branded leather insole and a cylindrical high block heel. First witnessed during Margiela's debut catwalk show in 1989, they feature the Maison’s exposed white stitching at the back of the ankle.
Designer colour: 100 WHITE
Made in Italy
Designer Style ID: S58WU0161SY0436
Farfetch ID: 12554795
Below are the measurements for Boots in size 37 IT
- 7.5 cm
- 21 cm
- 12 cm
- 3 in
- 8.3 in
- 4.7 in
All measurements are made by Farfetch
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- Outer Composition
- Calf Leather 100%
- Lining Composition
- Leather 100%
- Sole Composition
- Leather 100%
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Import duties information
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Maison Margiela has become the go-to label for discreet cool with a directional twist. Its cerebral approach to deconstruction has seen random objects such as wigs and football scarves fused into works of fashion art.