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XJJZS Ranking TOP6 Men Plus Size Warm Award Flannel Autumn Bathrobe L Hooded Winter

XJJZS Men Plus Size Warm Flannel Bathrobe Autumn Winter Hooded L

$172

XJJZS Men Plus Size Warm Flannel Bathrobe Autumn Winter Hooded L

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Product description

Men Plus Size Warm Flannel Bathrobe Autumn Winter Hooded Long Robe Kimono Thick Sleepwear Nightgown Male Loose Home Wear Pajamas
Description
It is made of materials, durable enough for your daily wearing.
The breathable fabric is comfortable to wear, I promise you will like it.
PRACTICAL YET COMFY - Now you can lounge around in warmth on a cold winter night with your phone close by.
Easily carry around your phone, the remote, or a bottle opener in one of the two front pockets, and when not in use, quickly hang your thick robe with the convenient woven in hook.
USEFUL - The lightweight, plush construction will have you looking for a reason to put your kimono robe on. Enjoy a relaxing day lounging around watching the games or just keep yourself warm when you get out of the shower in the morning.
Product material: thick flannel
Weight: M: 850g XL:950g XXXL:1050g
M: Suitable height: 155-165cm, recommended weight: 40-65KG
XL: Suitable height: 165-175cm, recommended weight: 65-80KG
XXXL: Suitable height: 170-185cm, recommended weight: 80-100KG
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XJJZS Men Plus Size Warm Flannel Bathrobe Autumn Winter Hooded L

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