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Shagwear Original Designs Small Zipper Bi-Fold Women's Wallet (S

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Shagwear Original Designs Small Zipper Bi-Fold Women's Wallet (S

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Product description

Choose your next wallet from these original designs from Shagwear. Features: 4 credit card slots, 1 ID card slot, 1 large money pocket, an exterior magnetic snap closure and a large zippered back pocket with divider. Made of faux leather and measures 4 x 4.5 x 1 in.

Shagwear Original Designs Small Zipper Bi-Fold Women's Wallet (S

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