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Mens Womens LED Flash Light Rave Jacket Pants Baseball Hoodies Sport Outwear

$82.00 $65.00

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100% Polyester
Polyester lining
Zipper closure
Hand Wash Only
【About size】 fit for weight/kg: S= 40-45kg,M= 45-50kg, L= 50-55kg, XL=60-65kg, 2XL= 70-75kg, 3XL= 80-90kg;
【Material】100% polyester. Packed with multi-colored LED lights, our jacket is bright and works well. The LED lights and battery pack are securely wired and will not detach, even after extended wear. The lights can be set to flash or to stay lit.
【SPECIFICATIONS & CARE】The jacket comes with a battery pack inside of the right pocket. Three AA (double-A) batteries are required. Batteries are not included. When not on, the jacket is a white hoodie windbreaker. To clean, gently wipe with a damp, soapy towel.
【MULTI-USE: Halloween】 classroom, social gatherings, family events, night club, rave, festivals, concert, party, New Year, costume parties, talent shows, dance performances, dance competitions, senior party, electric glow runs, party outfit, fashion shows, celebrity, wedding, fraternity, high school, Mardi Gras, cosplay, Comicon, 4th of July, carnival, neon, college, bachelor party, sweet sixteen, frat, sorority, birthday, dress-up, Christmas, Hanukkah, stocking stuffer, gift.

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