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Victory Medina Mesh Gloves For Women on

US $29.99

Bakersfield, California, United States

Bakersfield, California, United States
Condition:New with tags Brand:Victory Size:M Manufacturer Part Number:286323003 Color:Black Gender:Women Country/Region of Manufacture:China UPC:Does not apply

Genuine Victory Medina Mesh Gloves for Women

Keep your hands cool. Durable leather and knuckle protection keep your hands safe while the mesh lets air flow in.

  • Shell: Poly mesh and nylon construction; double-layer leather palm
  • Additional Features: Elasticated cuff with Velcro closure; gel insert for palm padding; ventilated leather-covered molded hard knuckles

MSRP: $55.99

This product comes as is with no warranty. This product is New Old Stock with original tags and has never been worn, sold, or used.

Due to California State Tax Laws we charge a 7.5% CA Sales Tax on this purchase.

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