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Rawlings Men's Adult 1/4 Zip Fleece Series


Rawlings Men's Adult 1/4 Zip Fleece Series

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This Rawlings fleece quarter-zip was made for adult men and is made of a 2-way stretch polyester. Its two-tone design has gret waffle pattern accents and contract stitching. Ideal for players warming up or staying warm in the dugout, as well as spectators in the stands supporting their team.

Rawlings 플리스 쿼터 지퍼는 성인 남성을 위해 만들어졌으며 양방향 스트레치 폴리에스터로 제작되었습니다. 투톤 디자인은 훌륭한 와플 패턴 악센트와 컨트랙트 스티치가 있습니다. 더그아웃에서 워밍업하거나 따뜻하게 유지하는 선수와 팀을 지원하는 스탠드의 관중에게 이상적입니다.

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Rawlings Men's Adult 1/4 Zip Fleece Series

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