TRUE RELIGION MENS BIG T STRAIGHT FLAP POCKET BLACK JEANS SZ 36 (F7)(LOT3) general high quality

Overview

ConditionGood
BrandTrue Religion
CategoryMen, Jeans, Classic, straight leg, True Religion Classic, Straight Leg Jeans for Men

Details

Size36 in.

Description

TRUE RELIGION MENS BIG T STRAIGHT FLAP POCKET BLACK JEANS SZ 36 (F7)(LOT3)
Condition is used.

In Good Condition just has some light marks.

All measurements are photographed, so please check pictures for Sizing.

PLEASE NOTE: This item is used, therefore the actual size may differ from the advertised size. Please look at the measurements before purchasing. If you're not sure about the size, flat lay a similar item of your own and measure that item to compare with our measurements. This definitely helps in deciding if the item is the right size.

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