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#196428 - 08/24/16 08:16 PM FS: Under Armour Heat Gear Compression Shirt
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Registered: 03/07/09
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Loc: Tennessee, USA
I have this Men's Medium Under Armour Long Sleeve Mock Neck Compression Heat Gear Shirt in white for sale. It weighs 5 oz. I purchased it from Outdoor Adventures but it is absolutely too small for me. There are no rips, no snags. It appears to be in perfect condition. Asking $8.00 Buyer pays actual Priority Mail shipping from 38575 for 7 oz. I accept PayPal.


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#196496 - 09/05/16 04:47 PM Re: FS: Under Armour Heat Gear Compression Shirt [Re: inchworm]
inchworm Offline
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Originally Posted By inchworm
I have this Men's Medium Under Armour Long Sleeve Mock Neck Compression Heat Gear Shirt in white for sale. It weighs 5 oz. I purchased it from Outdoor Adventures but it is absolutely too small for me. There are no rips, no snags. It appears to be in perfect condition. Asking $8.00 Buyer pays actual Priority Mail shipping from 38575 for 7 oz. I accept PayPal.


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