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Karla Antracita | mid heel suede ankle boot
Karla Antracita | mid heel suede ankle boot
Karla Antracita | mid heel suede ankle boot
Karla Antracita | mid heel suede ankle boot
Karla Antracita | mid heel suede ankle boot
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Lola Cruz

Karla Antracita | mid heel suede ankle boot

Mid heeled, deep grey ankle boots with silver stud detailing. 

Beautifully crafted in Spain out of soft, supple suede, the Karla boot by Lola Cruz is a great alternative to black or brown. With its unusual grey tone, it lends itself to working well with a huge range of colours and the studs add that extra bit of magic. We love them worn with a cropped denim jean or mid length silk skirt.

Suede Upper 
Leather Lining 
Rubber Outsole 
Heel Height: 6cm 

Made in Spain

In 2004 Lola Cruz was founded in Spain, by Maria Jesús Gozalvoa, a creative who inherited from her father's passion for shoes.

Lola Cruz's vision is to create perfect footwear for the modern woman's daily life - shoes that inspire authenticity, evolution, freedom, and femininity, with craftsmanship still being key too.

Free standard shipping when you spend over $300 + Free Returns (within Australia)
  • Standard shipping (for orders under $300) - $10 flat rate 
  • Express shipping - $20 flat rate 
  • Free Pick Up and Return/Exchange in-store
  • Free Returns
  • International shipping available - email hello@thenowherenation.com
  • Check out our Shipping and Returns page for more info. 

    To measure your foot length, we recommend standing on a piece of paper and tracing around the edge of your foot. Once this is done, grab a ruler and measure from the tip of your heel to the tip of your longest toe. This should give you a length in mm that you can then use to see what size will fit best on our size chart below. 

    Use this size chart for all brands except Reike Nen:

    Use this size chart for all Reike Nen styles:

     

     

     

      Email us: hello@thenowherenation.com 

      Call/Text us: +61 480 139 161

      Product Description

      Beautifully crafted in Spain out of soft, supple suede, the Karla boot by Lola Cruz is a great alternative to black or brown. With its unusual grey tone, it lends itself to working well with a huge range of colours and the studs add that extra bit of magic. We love them worn with a cropped denim jean or mid length silk skirt.

      Suede Upper 
      Leather Lining 
      Rubber Outsole 
      Heel Height: 6cm 

      Made in Spain

      Designer Profile

      In 2004 Lola Cruz was founded in Spain, by Maria Jesús Gozalvoa, a creative who inherited from her father's passion for shoes.

      Lola Cruz's vision is to create perfect footwear for the modern woman's daily life - shoes that inspire authenticity, evolution, freedom, and femininity, with craftsmanship still being key too.

      Shipping/Returns

      Free standard shipping when you spend over $300 + Free Returns (within Australia)
      • Standard shipping (for orders under $300) - $10 flat rate 
      • Express shipping - $20 flat rate 
      • Free Pick Up and Return/Exchange in-store
      • Free Returns
      • International shipping available - email hello@thenowherenation.com
      • Check out our Shipping and Returns page for more info. 

        Size Guide

        To measure your foot length, we recommend standing on a piece of paper and tracing around the edge of your foot. Once this is done, grab a ruler and measure from the tip of your heel to the tip of your longest toe. This should give you a length in mm that you can then use to see what size will fit best on our size chart below. 

        Use this size chart for all brands except Reike Nen:

        Use this size chart for all Reike Nen styles:

         

         

         

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          Email us: hello@thenowherenation.com 

          Call/Text us: +61 480 139 161

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