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Brand New Men Plaid Sweatshirt Stand Collar

$69.99 $49.99

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style: Cardigan

pattern: cell

outside sleeve (shoulder to cuff bottom): Long sleeves

a placket: Zipper

Whether to wear a hat: No cap

Type: Slim

Thickness: ordinary

Thickness: STANDARD

Suitable for season: Four seasons

Style: Casual

Source category: Goods in stock

Sleeve Style: Regular

Sleeve Length(cm): Full

Size: S,M,L,XL,2XL--,3XL--

Product category: Suit/suede

Place Of Origin: China (Mainland)

Pattern Type: Plaid

Origin: Mainland China

Material: Polyester,Spandex

Main Fabric Composition: Polyester fiber (polyester)

Layout: Slim

Item Type: Hoodies

Hooded: No

Gender: MEN

Fabric Name: Chemical fiber blend

Error range: 1-2

Do you have any bladder?: No liner

Collar: STAND

Collar: Stand collar

Clothing Length: Regular

Closure Type: zipper

Category of Shopping: Adolescent fashion (18-24 years old)

CN: Jiangxi

Applicable sex: male

Applicable scenario: Leisure

Applicable age group: grow up

Applicable Season: Four Seasons

Applicable Scene: Casual

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