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Women High Waist Leggings No See Through Thick Fitness Legging Butt Seamless Legins Workout Gym Scrunch Booty Push Up Pants

$10.256,00

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Warehouse Location: China,United States

Waist Type: HIGH

Ultra Fit: Slims and Conforms with each pose, movement and contour

Thickness: STANDARD

Style: Casual

Stretch: Promote compression and support in all directions

Spandex: Low Spandex(<10%)

Size: S,M,L,XL

Seam: Seamless

Pattern Type: Solid

Origin: Mainland China

Occasion: Everday/Gym/Train/Sport/Yoga

Model Number: Y315

Material: Polyester,Spandex

Material: Polyester 92%,Spandex 8%

Length: Ankle-Length

Item Type: leggings

Hip-Style: Booty Lifting

High Waist: Full length and high waisted,reach the natural waistline

Hide: Hide all the unevenness of body

Gender: WOMEN

Fabric Type: Broadcloth

Design: Designed according to the curve of the body

Comfortable: Minimize friction and Chafing

Color: Grey/Pink/Black/Blue,Green

CN: Guangdong

Brand Name: miss moly

Age: 25-34

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