Harma | Classic Italian Mary Jane pumps in leather
Harma is a member of the Thierry Rabotin family, perfect for the spring summer season season. These classic Italian Mary Jane was designed for your wellness and to make you smile every minute of your day. This special pump is made premium leathers, The nappa leather lining will make you feel like walking barefoot. Hand leather covered heel of 5 cm along with the leather and rubber sole will donate stability and support through your day at work or in an elegant occasion where you will wear this fabulous style. The adjustable buckle will help you to find the best fit for your needs. This Italian Mary Jane is 100% made in our factory of Parabiago by our master shoe makers that guarantee the respect of our high quality standards that have made us worldwide famous in the shoe business.
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* Place the heel of the bare foot against the wall and measure the length from the heel to the longest toe in cm. Add 1,5 cm to the result and check the corresponding size.
Pricing: Free shipping to most European countries.
There will be added a € 20,00 shipping fee to the following countries: United Kingdom.
There will be added a € 30,00 shipping fee to the following countries: Albania, Bosnia And Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia.
There will be added a € 35,00 shipping fee to the following countries: Bahrain, Canada, Israel, Kuwait, Qatar, United Arab Emirates.
There will be added a € 40,00 shipping fee to the following countries: Japan, Singapore.
For all shipments to countries that do not belong to the European Union, the transport costs are exempt from VAT as customs duties are paid by the recipient and never included in the cost of sending. Intrinsic Value from € 22 to € 150: VAT (22%) is paid on the Transaction Value + Carrier's Charges. Intrinsic Value over € 150: Duty is paid (variable, about 4-6%) + Transaction Value, and VAT (22%) is added to this sum, and ultimately the Carrier's Charges.