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Description
1.It is made of high quality materials, durable enough for your daily wearing
2.Stylish and fashion design make you more attractive Handsome
3.Perfect Match with your favorite T-shirt etc
4.Great for sport,beach,I am sure you will like it!
5.Fashion printing is suitable for summer. It's good to have such shorts in summer.
Product information:
Season: Spring,Summer
Gender: Men
Occasion: Casual,Beach,Sport
Material: Polyester
Pattern Type: Solid
Style: Casual,Sport,Beach
Fit: Fits true to size
Thickness: Lightweight
How to wash: Hand wash Cold, Hang or Line Dry
What you get:1 PC men Shorts pant

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