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Zipper Hoodie Men Sweatshirt Solid Color

$44.20

Color

Size

SPECIFICATIONS

With Or without Inner Wearing: No Liner

Whether Stock: Is

Whether Set: No

Whether Hooded: Hooded

Type: Loose Women's

Type: Regular

Thickness: Plus Velvet

Thickness: Fleece

Supply of Goods Type: Currently Available

Suitable Season: Four Seasons

Style Details: Zipper Decorations

Style: Casual

Style: Cardigan

Stock Type: Miscellaneous

Sleeve Style: Regular

Sleeve Length(cm): Full

Sleeve Length: Long Sleeve

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

Shopping Products Type: Youth Popularity (18-24-Year-Old)

Product Category: Hoodie/Sweaters

Placket: Zipper

Pattern Type: Solid

Pattern: Solid Color

Origin: Mainland China

Material: Cotton,Polyester

Main Fabric Ingredients of Content: 80

Main Fabric Ingredients: Polyester Fiber (Dacron)

Item Type: Hoodies

Item Number: ZW08

Hooded: Yes

Gender: MEN

Fabric Name: Chemical Fiber Blending

Error Range: 1-2CM

Collar: Hooded

Clothing Length: Regular

Closure Type: zipper

CN: Jiangxi

Applicable Situations: Casual

Applicable Sex: Men's

Applicable Season: Four Seasons

Applicable Scene: Casual

Applicable: Teenager

Age Range: Adult

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