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Jimmy Choo ‘Albion Snakeskin Effect’ High Top Sneakers

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Jimmy Choo Albion Snakeskin Effect High Top
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Jimmy Choo is joining the rapidly-expanding group of fashion brands indulging in snake-themed visuals with the Albion Snakeskin Effect High Tops. The sneakers will be wrapped in leather that has been specially treated to resemble the scales of a snake, along with a leather interior lining, and a white vulcanized midsole.

The Jimmy Choo Albion Snakeskin Effect High Top would appear to be another top-notch and luxurious piece from Jimmy Choo, this one in commemoration of the Chinese Year of the Snake.

If you’ve got $1,145 to spare, you can get a pair of Jimmy Choo Albion Snakeskin Effect High Tops for yourself from select retailers like this one. You also might be interested in getting a closer look at the shoes in the above gallery.

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