Edelweiss 4mm Precut Accessory Cord

Edelweiss 4mm Precut Accessory Cord
Edelweiss 4mm Precut Accessory Cord
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4mm Precut Accessory Cord by Edelweiss
Use the Edelweiss Edel 4mm x 10m Precut Cord to tie down your essentials at a windy camp. Specific braiding makes the braid tight and the cord extra abrasion-resistant.

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SKU: EDL0033
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