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trolley bag for golf trolley, 70*31x*20cm

trolley bag for golf trolley, 70*31x*20cm

18,90 EUR

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Shipping time: 2-3 Days

Product no.: Bag

Size: 70*31*20cm (LXBXH).

This travel bag is suit to our golfcarts "Kolibri", "Fasan", "Fasan-Drive", and to our golf trolleys "Storch" or "Fischreiher" as well.

It is possibly also suit to golf trolleys of other suppliers.

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Author:  Guest am 28/12/2015
Evaluation:4 of 5 Stars!


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