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Vesuvio Napoli Boy's CLIP-ON NeckTie Solid CHARCOAL GREY Color Y

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Vesuvio Napoli Boy's CLIP-ON NeckTie Solid CHARCOAL GREY Color Y

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Brand New Solid Color Vesuvio Napoli Collection Boy's CLIP-ON Neck Tie This listing is for a brand new boys youth Neck Tie Solid CHARCOAL GRAY Color NeckTie. Beautiful CLIPON neck tie with great color combination that will match any shirt and tie. Great pattern necktie in great color. These colors make it a perfect tie to wear with a suit at a special event. This material on this tie is 100% polyester ("Silk-feel"). A one of kind vibrant shine makes this tie stand out and makes you noticed. Perfect tie to wear with any day or for a special event. This is a standard Clip On youth length tie which is approximately 14 inches long and approximately 2.5 inches wide at the bottom. We have more variety of Neckwear NeckTies. Check out our other collection of Solid and Design Neck Ties.

Vesuvio Napoli Boy's CLIP-ON NeckTie Solid CHARCOAL GREY Color Y

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September, 2021

No. 106 (9)

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