Replay Men's Slim Fit Anbass Navy Blue Hyperflex Stretch Denim Jeans. Super elasticity superior comfortable fit, complete with a 5 pocket construction, Replay branded on front pocket and Replay "R" on back pocket. Hyperflex new elasticity offers an innovative three-dimensional flexibility. The recovery power feature due to the fabric composition, ensures a perfect multidirectional fit which lasts over time.
80% Cotton,13% Polyester,7% Elastane
Delivery on all UK orders will be charged at either £4.95 and will be posted either by Courier service or Royal Mail both signed for
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Please be aware if ordering outside the UK there will be a duty charge to be added by your country, This will depend on your countries Duty Tax on how much extra it will be. Please do not purchase from us if you are not willing to pay the Duty Tax.
Rest of world will be charged at a rate for weight and will be posted via Royal Mail International or Courier service Signed For.
We are happy to refund any item, as long as it is returned to us in the condition we sent it out in, the item must not be worn and all tag must be attached.
When returning products they must be well packaged to avoid any damage in the post.
Please insure goods accordingly when returning, as we (Kings and Dukes) take no responsibility for items lost in the post.
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Kings and Dukes (returns),
5 – 7 Station Road,
Tyne and Wear,
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