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Mens Body Shaper Compression Shirts Abdomen Shapewear Tummy Slimming Sheath Gynecomastia Reducing Corset Waist Trainer Slim Tops

R$ 68,00

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Warehouse Location: China;United States

Unique: Abdominal double elastic fabric for enhanced shrinkage

Support: Helps with back support and Correct posture

Size: M/L/XL/2XL

Sexually Suggestive: No

Occasion: Every day/Party/Wedding/Show/Daily/Working

Obscene Picture: No

Model Number: Men134

Material: Nylon88%,Spandex12%

Material: nylon,Spandex

Item Type: Shapers

Invisible: Hiding under any type of clothing

Immediate slim: Provide immediate slimming effect and Invisible

Gynecomastia: Flatten the chest,reduce the appearance of gynecomastia

Gender: MEN

Feature: Breathable,Reduce Tummy,Slimming Shapewear,Modeling Tops

Effect: Give support to chest,waist and stomach.Helps back correct posture

Design: Compression shirts design,help reduce the Gynecomastia or boobs

Color: Black/White

Brand Name: miss moly

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