Oakley Verse Jersey

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Oakley Verse Women's Jersey: Sometimes it?s what you leave out that makes a difference. The Oakley VERSE JERSEY has no underarm seams, no side seams, and no seams where the shoulders meet the sleeves. That way, you?ll have...

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