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Produktbeschreibungen

Damen Kapuzen Daunenweste Mantel - Winter Leichte Lange Schlanke Weste Jacke, Übergroße Ärmellose Tragbare Steppweste Für Damen Winddichte Packbare Oberteile

Material: Daunen, Baumwolle
Jahreszeit: Frühling, Herbst, Winter
Stil: lässig, einfach
Paket beinhaltet: 1 * Daunenweste (Bitte beachten Sie, dass die Größe hier Asiatische Größe ist.)
Wartungsanweisungen: Handwäsche oder Maschinenwäsche
Diese Weste ist hochwertig, nicht schwer, aber Sie können sich warm und bequem fühlen.
Freizeit, warm, atmungsaktiv und leicht, sehr gut geeignet für kaltes Winterwetter.
Warm und leicht, geeignet für alle Outdoor-Aktivitäten, Fitness, Klettern, Wandern, Camping, Reisen, Radfahren.

Daunenjacke aus Baumwolle mit langer Weste für Frauen im Herbst und Winter

Daunenwollweste Damen Mittellange Herbst- und Winter-New Style lange dicke Weste über dem Knie

Hinweis:

1. Aufgrund der manuellen Messung bitte 1-3 cm Fehler zulassen.
2. Aufgrund der unterschiedlichen Farben von Computermonitoren kann die tatsächliche Produktfarbe geringfügig von der obigen Abbildung abweichen. Danke für Ihr Verständnis.
3. Kundenzufriedenheit hat für uns oberste Priorität. Wenn dies nicht Ihren Erwartungen entspricht, zögern Sie bitte nicht, uns zu kontaktieren.

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