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Product description

Our Hoodies More leisure, More stylish.

Super Loose pullover hoodies sweatshirts design

Selected 6 size, super large hoodies.


Material: 100% polyester + plus velvet inside

Design: The advanced 3D Printed Pattern which would never fade

Size:  Please make sure to choose the right size according to Our Size Chart! (Please allow 1-2cm measurement error)

Tips: There maybe a slight difference on detail and pattern of the clothes due to the light and your computer screen.

Please check with the size chart carefully before you buy this item. If you are not sure about size, please send Email to us.

Thanks for your business! If you have any questions or concerns about our products, please contact us without hesitation. 

Note:

1.Please allow 1-3 inches difference due to manual measurement Due to monitor settings and monitor pixel definitions, there may be slight variations in the actual color of the product We recommend washing our apparel prior to first wear

2.Please double check size form and then decide which size to choose

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