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INRI - iPhone 7 & 8 Case
Pogo iPhone Cases - INRI - iPhone 7 & 8 Case white/black
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iPhone 7 & 8 Case

Personalise your iPhone 7/8 with aluminium covers to create a new phone look in a jiffy. And it keeps the phone safe from scratching as well.
  • Fits iPhone 7/8
  • Consists of an elastic rubber casing with a plastic cover (in white) that you can print on. The cover can be put in the casing
  • Gaps for camera and plugs
  • Toggles can be pressed through the rubber
  • Fabrics: Rubber, aluminium

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iPhone 7/8 Case
14,67,6

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INRI style INRI style INRI style: The best thing about Jesus. Carry love in your heart and Jesus on your breast. The perfect gift idea for everyone. Children, adults and punks.
Tags: gift idea, Pogo, Church, Catholic, beard, Christ (Jesus), festival, Bible, cross, bio, Skater, religion, eco, Jesus, punk, hard rock, baby, thrash, Skate, present, God

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