Size 40 Moose riding pants are preowned and have have some little dot stains and one of the Ms looks like the red bleed and turned it a little red. but over all in good condition.
Mens' Moose Motocross, Off-road, Atv, Riding Pants Sz. 40 Red And White on 2040-parts.com
Reedley, California, US
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