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Alexandra Bib & Brace Royal Cms 116 regular leg

Viking Number Q2D-5691690

Suitable for male or female fit, hardwearing and practical bib and brace perfect for many trades

Machine washable and industrially launderable, keeps the garment clean without affecting quality

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Description

Suitable for male or female fit, hardwearing and practical bib and brace perfect for many trades

Handy zipped pocket at the front and 2 side pockets. Also features a back and ruler pocket, have all your tools right where you need them

245gsm 65% polyester/35% cotton

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Delivery Information
UK - Please allow 7 working days
Northern Ireland - Please allow 10 working days
Republic of Ireland - Please allow 10 working days
Off Shore - Please allow 10 working days

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Specifications

Viking Number 5691690 
Delivery Time UK (Working Days)
Brand Alexandra 
EAN 5050792040956 
Gender Unisex 
Length 780 mm 
Colour Royal 
Material 65% Polyester/35% Cotton 
Additional Information Unisex 
Unit Each 
Product Type Bib & Brace 
Alexandra Bib Brace Royal Cms 116 regular leg
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Reviews

Alexandra Bib & Brace Royal Cms 116 regular leg reviews verified by Reevoo

Comfort
1.0
Garment fit
1.0
Garment quality
1.0
Garment look
1.0
Value for money
1.0
Overall rating
1.0
Scores 1.0 out of 10 based on 1 review
1 out of 10

Kira

Wivenhoe GB
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Reviewer left no comment
This garment was huge. The photo is extremely misleading, as it looks like an average sized woman could wear them, but seriously, the dungarees were enormous. And I bought the smallest size.
Confirmed purchase: 30 September 2014
Published on: 26 October 2014
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