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Callaway men's 4 pocket pleated front cotton/polyester pro-spin

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Callaway men's 4 pocket pleated front cotton/polyester pro-spin

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Item specifics

Condition:
Pre-owned:
An item that has been used or worn previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections.
Seller Notes:
“Nice condition, no damage (holes/rips/tears) Please be sure to check out the measured size below in the description, and ask any & all questions you have regarding this item, I'll be happy to help you !”
Features:
Pockets
MPN:
Does Not Apply
Department:
Men
Personalize:
No
Handmade:
No
Pattern:
Solid
Season:
Fall, Spring, Summer
Occasion:
Activewear
Vintage:
No
Size:
36
Country/Region of Manufacture:
Dominican Republic
Material:
55% poma cotton/45% polyester blend
Year Manufactured:
2010-2019
Model:
PRO-SPIN
Size Type:
Regular
Character:
N/A
Performance/Activity:
Golf
Waist Size:
17.5" side to side
Personalization Instructions:
N/A
Inseam:
8.5"
Fabric Type:
Blended Fabric
Brand:
Callaway
Style:
Athletic
Color:
khaki
Closure:
Zip
Garment Care:
Machine Washable
Theme:
golf/sports
Compression Level:
N/A
Character Family:
N/A
Fit:
Regular
UPC:
Does not apply

Callaway men's 4 pocket pleated front cotton/polyester pro-spin

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