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Item specifics

Condition:
New with tags: A brand-new, unused, and unworn item (including handmade items) in the original ...
Character:
Boy
Department:
Boys
Style:
Basic Jacket
Outer Shell Material:
100% Polyester
Season:
Fall, Winter
Pattern:
Plaids amp; Checks
Type:
Jacket
Features:
Hooded
Color:
Gray
Closure:
Zip
Sleeve Length:
Long Sleeve
Occasion:
Everyday
Brand:
Calvin Klein
Country of Manufacture:
China
Material:
Polyester
Insulation Material:
Polyester

CALVIN KLEIN boys kids Large 16 18 gray plaid poly filled coat

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