Creatures of Leisure Tie Downs

Creatures of Leisure Tie Downs
Creatures of Leisure Tie Downs
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Tie Downs by Creatures of Leisure
Securely attach surfboards to your roof rack with the Creatures of Leisure Tie Downs. These Tie Downs come in three different lengths for a customizable fit, depending on the amount of boards you'll be hauling and the vehicle used for transport. Military-grade webbing straps ensure robust strength while the neoprene sleeves prevent scratching of delicate paint surfaces. Custom metal buckle retains a solid hold, so it doesn't come undone at highway speeds.

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SKU: CTL0039
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