GIVON - Sudadera y con capucha Kanga para hombre, manga hombre, larga, ligera, con cierre y bolsillo de Kanga Dcf017-white/ Grey 4bfa982




80% algodón, 20% poliéster
Número de modelo del artículo: DCF017, DCF027, DCF035, lavable a máquina, no usar lejía, secar en secadora baja. Fabricado en korea, puntada posterior afilada en los agujeros de la cuerda: todos los productos no se utilizaron remaches para proteger agujeros en la capucha. porque el material fino y sensible de la remache puede da?ar la tela.
Característica: DCF017, DCF027-Raglan Hoodie / La mejor relación entre la sudadera con capucha Raglan para la longitud de las mangas y la longitud del cuerpo / ribetes acanalados en pu?os y cintura / DCF017: Cierre con cierre, DCF027: Sin cierre, tire sobre / Bolsillo Kanga en la parte delantera / contraste de color / Capucha ajustable / Cordón con puntas de metal.
DCF035-Same con DCF002 de nuestros productos.
Tela suave especial viene en tama?os estándar de EE. UU. / DCF017: 19 colores en 6 tama?os disponibles DCF027: 9 colores en 6 tama?os disponibles (EE. UU.), DCF035: 2 colores en 6 tama?os disponibles (U.S). Esta marca fue creada por Ohoo&Company en Corea. Ohoo&Company es el único vendedor autorizado de esta marca. Asegúrate de que el artículo se vende por Ohoo&Company antes de comprar.
Ajuste delgado: no demasiado suelto, no demasiado apretado/se ajusta perfectamente al cuerpo. La mezcla de algodón de Givon te ofrece más comodidad y un ajuste cómodo. Color melange: café, carbón, gris, verde jade, lavanda, naranja marino, gris oscuro, amarillo, rosa. Color liso: negro, azul marino, verde, blanco, rojo. Nuevas liberaciones: verde jade gris, azul marino, negro carbón, rojo carbón, negro carbón, blanco (marfil), negro y negro, carbón vegetal / La mayoría de esta capucha, color blanco es similar blanquecino o blanco puro.
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Within these pages you’ll find an ever-growing collection of yokai and yokai legends from all parts of Japan and all periods of Japanese history. Some of them have never appeared in English before, while others will be intimately familiar to fans of Japanese folklore. They have been collected from books, from the internet, and by word of mouth from yokai lovers who remember the tales from their childhoods. The illustrations accompanying each yokai are based on written descriptions or on Edo-period illustrations painted on scrolls hundreds of years ago.

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