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Briko Two Speed Jersey

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Product Description

  • Triple rear pocket
  • Flat seams
  • Modelled cuffs
  • Collar with reversed zipper
  • Rubber-coated elastic band at the bottom
  • Completely made of Warmer Dry thermal fabric

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