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VELOUR BACK SNAP ROBE (MODEL 160)    


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The Velour Back Snap Robe, model 160, is designed for women who require simplified dressing or who have difficulty with fastening buttons. The polyester velour robe features back snap closures, long sleeves, and piped edging on the collar, cuffs, bodice, and patch pockets. SIZES: Small, Medium, Large, and Extra Large. COLOR: Assorted. WARRANTY: The manufacturer guarantees satisfaction with this product or it may be exchanged or returned for a full refund. DELIVERY TIME: Most orders are processed and shipped within 2 days.

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This product record was updated on January 13, 2000.

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Fashion Ease, Division of M&M Health Care Apparel Co.

1541 60th Street
Brooklyn, New York 11219
United States
Telephone: 800-221-8929 or 718-871-8188.
Fax: 718-436-2067.
Web: http://www.fashionease.com/.
Email: info@fashionease.com.


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