Baby zip-up jacket (74)
- Estimated retail price: 16,90 €
- Item: Zipper bomber jacket
- Type: Jacket
- Brand: Next
- Size: 74 (6-9 months)
- Material: 93% polyester + 7% elastane
- Designed in: United Kingdom
- Made in: Cambodia
- Product code: TRC230131
- Condition: Very Good
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