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New Men's T Shirt Cotton High Quality Short Sleeve

$18.99

Color

Size

SPECIFICATIONS

style: Leisure

pattern: purity

model: pullover

[Meter] Error range: 2CM

Year/season of listing: Summer 2019

Tops Type: Tees

Thickness: ordinary

Suitable scenarios: Leisure time

Suitable for the crowd: Youth

Suitable for seasons: Summer

Style details: Redaction line

Style: Casual

Source category: Spot

Sleeve length: short sleeve

Sleeve Style: Regular

Sleeve Length(cm): Short

Product category: T-shirt

Process: Free hot treatment

Pattern Type: Solid

Origin: Mainland China

Neckline shape: round colla

Material: Cotton

Main fabric composition: a general term for cotton and kapok

Layout: Loose type

Item Type: Tops

Is it hooded?: No hats.

Hooded: No

Gender: MEN

Fabric name: cotton

Fabric Type: Broadcloth

Color: White, gray, black.

Collar type: No collar

Collar: O-Neck

Category of Amoy: Popular youth (18-24 years old)

CN: Jiangxi

Applicable gender: man

Applicable age: adult

Applicable Season: Four Seasons

Applicable Scene: Casual

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