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Gabor Assist Ladies Ballet Pump Shoe In Navy Patent

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Free Delivery on all orders over £40
  • Gabor 35.100.96
  • 20mm heel
  • Rubber sole
  • Textile bow on the front
  • Classic patent pump
  • Available in size 4-9
  • Also available in black patent

Gabor Assist - Ballet Pumps in Navy Patent

They are classic Gabor pumps with textile bow on the front. Assist adds style, class and comfort in the wardrobe and looks great with smart skirts, dresses or trousers.  Assist goes with different styles as textile bow makes it less formal and more versatile. Gabor 35.100 also available in black patent

Gabor shoes was founded in Germany in 1949 by Joachim and Bernhard Gabor, and is now run by Joachim Gabor’s son, Achim. Since their creation, Gabor shoes have become globally celebrated for their comfort and style. Gabor has something on offer for every season and, thanks to technically advanced manufacturing techniques, superior levels of comfort and quality come as standard. 

Mozimo only stock brands that are of the highest Quality and Gabor is definitely one of them. The styles are contemporary and the materials are second to none. We stock a vast range of Women's styles ranging from casual trainers, summery sandals and classic winter boots.

Review Summary - 4.8 out of 5 based on 5 ratings.

Excellent quality good fit to size

March 23, 2020 | Gillian

Excellent product, price and service. Thank you

May 22, 2018 | Anonymous

Lovely shoes but unfortunately a little to tight so had to return

March 22, 2018 | J

ASSIST GABOR ASSIST 35 100 96 Size: 8, Colour: NAVY PATNT

Unfortunately I had to return the shoes for a size up I am waiting for the second pair to be delivered. Girl on the telephone was very helpful.

November 9, 2016 | M

ASSIST GABOR ASSIST 35 100 96 Size: 5.5, Colour: NAVY PATNT

Beautiful classic pumps in navy patent. Really pleased with them but had to get a size larger which is unusual for me.

October 28, 2014 | Jan Sims