CLASSIC - HAREM PANTS - OLIVE

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CLASSIC - HAREM PANTS - OLIVE

$80.00

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With a versatile cut and extremely comfortable fit, the Classic Harems are a staple for a reason. This original design has helped shape the Team Farang look and remains a timeless favorite. A loose fit at the top tapers down and fits snugly around the calves. Made from 100% cotton, these pants will feel like a hug from a fluffy baby tiger. 

 

Valtteri is wearing a size Medium. He is 5'9 (175cm) and weighs 150 pound (68kg).

With a versatile cut and extremely comfortable fit, the Classic Harems are a staple for a reason. This original design has helped shape the Team Farang look and remains a timeless favorite. A loose...

CLASSIC - HAREM PANTS - OLIVE

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