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Product description

Color:Blue Leaf

Sizes (see dimension pic):
Wing chair cover widths :37.4 to 43.3 inches / 95 to 110 cm
Backrest cover Width :27.5 to 31.5 inches / 70 to 80 cm
Chair cover width: 31.5 to 36.2 inches /80 to 92cm

Package included:
1Pcs x Base protective cover
1Pcs x Cushion protective cover

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