Location: Istanbul

Christian Dior D-Major Boot

  • 130€
  • 150€, save 20€
    • 13% off
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The D-Major boot is an elegant and assertive creation. The style is crafted in taupe technical fabric and black calfskin, further embellished with a black CHRISTIAN DIOR signature inspired by the Dior Book Tote. The CD initials on the adjustable strap and the notched sole complete the boot's design.

Foot Length
23,5cm
23,8cm
24,5cm
25,1cm
25,4cm
25,7cm
Europe
363738394041
UK / Australia3-3,544,55-5,566,5-7
US / Canada
5,5-66,577,5-88,59-9,5


How to Measure?  

    • Weight
      2 kg
    • SKU
      tf-001w-boots-dior
  • Shoe Size (36-41)
    36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41

What types of payment are accepted?

3-D Secure Payment System (Online payment) or Western Union (Money transfer)


What is 3-D secure (3DS)?

It is a system developed to increase the security of purchases with a credit card on the internet. The (3DS) protocol developed by VISA has also been adopted by MasterCard and has been introduced as a requirement.


Why is 3-D secure safe and reliable?

In the 3-D Secure system, during the virtual payment step, the bank asks the cardholder for the payment password known only to him/her, and the identity of the cardholder is thus verified. So it is ensured that the use of credit cards on the internet by unauthorized persons is prevented.


How does 3-D secure work?

For fraud protection, 3-D Secure (3DS) requires customers to complete an additional verification step with the card issuer when paying. Typically, you direct the customer to an authentication page on their bank’s website, and they enter a password associated with the card or a sms sent to their phone.


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How to send money on the Western Union® app ? 

Sending money with Western Union is easy.

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