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Product description

Item: Knitted Cap
Material: Acrylic
9 Colors: Black, Beige, Brown, Dark Grey, Grey, Lake Blue,Orange,Pink, Red
Gender: Women
Pattern: Weave
Design: Top Hole
Decor: Dot
Size: 22.8 x 19cm/9 x 7.5inch (D x H) (Stretchable)
Season: Winter
Occasion: Casual, Street, Outdoor

Features
9 colors women fashion knitted cap.
Stylish and goes well with casual clothes.
Convenient stretchable knitted cap suitable for sport and winter.
Package Content: 1 x Knitted Cap
Note: Due to the difference between different monitors, the picture may not reflect the actual color of the item.
We guarantee the style is the same as shown in the pictures, but not the same performance on different bodies as on the model. Thank you!​

INTNUT Women Winter Warm Stretch Knitted Cap Beanie Hats Headban

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No. 106 (9)

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