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San Jose Size XL Sharks Jersey Baseball Men Used Vintage Front Row Teal. Jersey is a size XL but runs big and can possibly fit someone who wears a size 2XL. Look at measurements to verify this. Minor hole on the front next to the logo. You can see this in one of the pictures. Due to lighting color may vary. Smoke and pet free home. Please look at pictures before purchasing. I tried to get the best pictures to show the condition of the item. Once you have purchased NO RETURNS OR NO EXCHANGES. Any further questions or offers contact me. Thank you and God Bless.

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