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SKU: 10208402
Product Code: 21635
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  • He'll melt into the soft feel and comfy fit, but he'll love getting lost in these Bandit Cargo Shorts' expansive pocket system.

    • Cargo fit
    • Large side and back pockets
    • Hollywood waistband
    • Metal logo rivet with logo embroideries and labels
    • Enzyme / Silicone / Stonewash
    • 70% Cotton / 30% Polyester
        - Yarn dyed twill Nylon
    • Imported

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