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GONG Beret Hats Summer Cotton Ladies Solid Color Forward Cap Men

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GONG Beret Hats Summer Cotton Ladies Solid Color Forward Cap Men

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Product description

Size:56-58cm  |  Color:Khaki

Just enjoy it!
Hat Depth: approx 5cm/4.7'
Hat circumference: approx 56-58cm/22.4'-24.4'
This
ivy cap can be worn universally, but for those who want to take a
stroll on an especially hot summer day, the Fashion Plaid Ivy Cap is just perfect!
The
ivy cap provides moisture management via its construction; the fabric
is made for easy body moisture absorption and quick drying.
Overall, it' s a lightweight and stylish golf cap that is really great for any activities or outings!
Package Includes:
1 x Men Ivy Cap( Other accessories are not included!)
NOTE:
size is just for reference, there maybe exist a measurement error of
1-2cm, please check whether it fits your baby size before you buy it.
7Color may vary slightly due to different calibration of each monitor.
Let' s know if have any problem, our after- sale service team will get you sorted within 24 hours.

GONG Beret Hats Summer Cotton Ladies Solid Color Forward Cap Men

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