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FS Samurai Jeans S5000GX-H Fire Element Model NEW size 36

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Up for sale is my Samurai Jeans S5000GX-H fire element model in size 36, red dyed weft,  never soaked, unwashed, in new condition (only tried on). Sold out everywhere.

Asking for 220 200 Euros shipped



Waist: 94 cm = 37 inch

FR: 30 cm = 11,8 inch

BR: 38,5 cm = 15,2 inch

Thigh: 34 cm = 13,4 inch

Knee: 26 cm = 10,2 inch

LO: 25 cm = 9,8 inch

Inseam: 96 cm = 37,8 inch









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Just a note to say I have bought a pair of Samurai's from this Board member before and he couldn't have been more helpful and the jeans were and still are amazing, he also marked the Customs forms as I asked which as we all know is a hugh plus. I'd be all over these if they were a size or so smaller.

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