Watershed Salmon Stowfloat Kayak Bag - 1500cu in

Watershed Salmon Stowfloat Kayak Bag - 1500cu in
Watershed Salmon Stowfloat Kayak Bag - 1500cu in
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Salmon Stowfloat Kayak Bag - 1500cu in by Watershed
Watershed originally designed the Salmon Stowfloat Kayak Bag to aid a self-supported trip down the Grand Canyon during the winter. Since then, this flotation and storage bag has been redesigned to fit a variety of kayak shapes and sizes. Just put your gear in the bag, store the bag in your kayak, and inflate it with the long tube. Made from high-denier nylon with a polyurethane coating, this bag keeps whatever you have stored safe and secure during the entire trip, with Watershed's proprietary ZipDry seal and rolltop closure that keep your belongings dry. (To keep the ZipDry seal from drying out, Watershed suggests you lubricate the seal with the included 303 Protectant wipe or Armor All on an occasional basis.) Watershed also included a compression strap to give this bag an ideal fit for a wide range of stouter boats.

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SKU: WTS000I
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