Material:65%Polyester and 35%Cotton .Anime Hisoka Printed Hoodie,With thin fleeces,Soft and Comfy,Good for Halloween Outfit,Cosplay events,Photo shoots,Anime fans Hoodie ,or Daily wear,Sport wear,
Package include:1*Hoodie ,Machine printed,Handwash or Mashine wash,Lightweight,Good stitching,High quality fabric,Many size,Plus size,Smaller size can be chosen.
SIZE:Our Standard Adult's Size . Please read our size chart in the "Product description" before you buy (NOT Amazon Size chart).
Exquisite fabrics, meticulous stitching and seams, Comfortable wearing.if you have any questions,please feel free let us know.
XS: Chest-43cm/16.9in Length-63cm/24.8in
XXS: Chest-46cm/18.1in Length-65cm/25.6in
S: Chest-49cm/19.3in Length-67cm/26.3in
M: Chest-52cm/20.4in Length-70cm/27.5in
L: Chest-55cm/21.6in Length-73cm/28.7in
XL: Chest-58cm/22.8in Length-76cm/29.9in
XXL: Chest-61cm/24.0in Length-79cm/31.1in
3XL: Chest-64cm/25.2in Length-81cm/31.8in
4XL: Chest-67cm/26.3in Length-83cm/32.6in
Plus:The size is flatten size,Please read the chest carefully,It's the flatten size of chest and length."br""br" We provide the size chart of picture,Please read the size information carefully."br""br" Standard Adult's Size. Please check the size chart in the "Product description" before you buy (not amazon size chart).
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