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Product description

Color:Multi


Mini PU backpack size: 8.07"(L)x3.94"(W)x9.25"(H);
Material : Soft PU leather (faux leather) amp; Smooth zipper;
Adjustable shoulder strap design,can be freely adjusted according to each person's different height;
Stylish mini backpack purse perfect for weekend getaway bag, very snazzy for go shopping or excursion and daily usage;
Simple amp; Luxurious: Fashion is not only a kind of appearance or an inner, popular may not suitable for you, but according to their own characteristics to dress up yourself, you belong to that kind, mature, lady, or simple and natural, or pure, a fact that can all be fashionable.

Notice:
- Personalized art designs, please feel free to contact us if you want custom your own images!
- 0.8-1.2 inches error of measuring is a reasonable range due to different measurement methods.
- Because of PU leather, some backpack maybe will has a little smell. The smell will be gone if place the backpack in freely circulating air for 2-5 days.
- Packing: one polybag for per bag without box

Advocator Tribal Islander Polynesian Tattoo Printed Fashion Back

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