Tommy Bahama Relax Men's Pants Size 33 Khaki Tan Chino Silk/Cotton Blend Zip Fly first-class quality


Tommy Bahama Relax Men's Pants Size 33 Khaki Chino Tan Silk/Cotton Blend Zip Fly

Brand: Tommy Bahama
Size: 33
Style: Chino
Color: Tan
Material: Silk/Cotton
Waist: 16.5" Across
Inseam: 30"
Rise: 12"
Leg Opening: 8"
Inventory number: RR-20

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SizeWaist 33
CategoryMen, Pants, Chinos & Khakis
ColorTan




















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