DAKINE SUP 10' Coil Leash

DAKINE SUP 10' Coil Leash
DAKINE SUP 10' Coil Leash
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SUP 10' Coil Leash by DAKINE
Dakine's SUP 10' Coil Leash is a great way to avoid getting separated from your board when water conditions turn rough. Featuring a coiled mid-section, the leash consolidates into a minimal amount of space, avoiding leash dangle and preventing unwanted drag while you're working hard for every stroke.

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SKU: DAK013W
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