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Basic Stretch Jeans

SKU# 15470

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$430
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Basic Stretch Jeans From Etro

Gold Button And Zip Fly Closure

Two Back Pockets, Two Front Pockets, And One Coin Pocket

98% Cotton, 2% Elastane

Dry Clean

Available in White

estimated delivery date

November 6 - November 13

With free ground shipping.
Faster shipping methods also available.

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You may return unworn, unwashed, full priced merchandise within 14 days of the package being signed for.

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Basic Stretch Jeans From Etro

Gold Button And Zip Fly Closure

Two Back Pockets, Two Front Pockets, And One Coin Pocket

98% Cotton, 2% Elastane

Dry Clean

Available in White

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Etro is the jetsetter's brand of choice. Family-run since it was founded in 1968, the Etro aesthetic is bold, vibrant, and incredibly unique. Clashing prints, exceptional tailoring, and innovative designs are what gives Etro its inimitable style.

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