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Product description

Size chart (1 inch = 2.54CM 1CM = 0.39 inches)
S: suitable for 18-21 inch suitcase
M: Suitable for 22-25 inch suitcases
L: Suitable for luggage of 26-28 inches
XL: for 29-32 inch suitcases

Why buy our products:
Congratulations on finding a high quality and reasonably priced suitcase lid
The trunk lid protects your luggage from scratches, dust and damage, which is important for those who like to travel.

Product specifications
Name: suitcase cover
Material: polyester spandex
Printing: digital printing
Top design: double opening
Side design: right side opening
Bottom design: zipper + socket
Size: S / M / L / XL
Scope of application: 18-32 inches
Features: washable, high elasticity
Function: protect the luggage from external wear

This package includes:
1 *Luggage cover

Note:
A slight chromatic aberration may occur due to the computer monitor settings.
Depending on the measurement method, please allow a deviation of 1-3 cm. thank you for understanding.

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