DAKINE Tie Down Strap - 20ft

DAKINE Tie Down Strap - 20ft
DAKINE Tie Down Strap - 20ft
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Tie Down Strap - 20ft by DAKINE
The 20-foot DAKINE Tie Down Strap is long and strong enough to secure multiple boards and maybe even the stinky member of your crew to the top of your ride. For total security on freeways and windy days, pick up two of these 20-footers and be sure your boards make it to your chosen spot.

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SKU: DAK2003
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