• Maison Margiela Split Toe Wooden Tabi Boot  (Black)
  • Maison Margiela Split Toe Wooden Tabi Boot  (Black)
  • Maison Margiela Split Toe Wooden Tabi Boot  (Black)
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Maison Margiela

Black Split Toe Wooden Tabi Boot

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Details

Split toe leather ankle boot, inspired by a traditional Japanese design. Cylindrical stacked wooden heel with rubber plate. Hidden silver hook closures at inner ankle. Signature white stitch at back. Leather sole and insole. Dust covers included. Leather. Made in Italy.

Product Id
38757
Vendor Sku
s38wu0237
Size and fit
  • Heel measures approximately 76 mm/ 3 inches

Shipping

Totokaelo uses FedEx for domestic and international delivery. Totokaelo offers free domestic shipping on all exchanges. All shipments are insured for the value of the merchandise and require a signature.

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Continental US

Standard — $10 — 1-3 Business Days

2Day — $20 — 2 Business Days

Next Day — $45 — 1 Business Day

Alaska and Hawaii

2Day — $26 — 2 Business Days

Next Day — $50 — 1 Business Day

Canada

International Economy — $42 — 2-5 Business Days

International

International Economy — $50 — 3-5 Business Days

Orders are fulfilled within 2 business days of order receipt. Express packages are given priority and in most cases, go out within 1 business day.

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Free shipping on exchanges
Not entirely happy with your purchase? Select another size or style for exchange and we'll send out the replacement for free.
Returns

Returning a style couldn't be easier. Try your purchases in the comfort of your own home, and if you need to send them back, you have 20 days from the invoice date to exchange or return.

Please note that we do not accept liability for shipping loss or damage of returned goods. Totokaelo will not refund international duties and taxes.

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