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★Category: Men Faux Leather Jacket Thick Warm lapel locomotive lamb wool padded jacket loose PU Flying Jacket Coat

★Color: Khaki,Black
Size: M,L,XL,2XL,3XL
Cortex classification: PU
Placket: Zipper
Length: Regular style
Edition type: Loose
Pocket: side slit pocket

★Packing list: 1*Men's PU leather jacket

★Everything is for your better wearing comfort.
★Reminder: The size of this product is manually measured, the error is 1-3cm, thank you for your understanding.
★Due to the influence of factors such as light, camera equipment, shooting process, etc., there may be a slight color difference between the picture on the display and the actual color of the product. Please refer to the actual product.

Men's Vintage Faux Leather Jacket Thick Warm Lapel Locomotive La

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