Free Men's New Gucci Mens Guccissima Leather Web Ribbon Bifold Wallet Auth! on 2040-parts.com
Hayneville, Alabama, United States
100% Authentic GUCCI fabulous black genuine Guccissima embossed leather with signature green-red-green web striped ribbon ID window bifold wallet.
It's made in Italy of finest leather embossed with instantly recognizable signature Guccissima pattern all over the outside with web ribbon detail along the bottom half. Inside the wallet is done in black leather and has 3 credit card slots and 2 side slots on one side, an ID window and 2 side slots on the other side and 2 bill slots on the back. There is "GUCCI / Made in Italy" embossed on on side inside. The wallet measures 4 1/2" x 4" x 5/8".
Comes in its own "GUCCI" box.
Brand new with tags attached. You'll love it!
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