Harmony Cockpit Cover

Harmony Cockpit Cover
Harmony Cockpit Cover
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Cockpit Cover by Harmony
Cover the cockpit of your kayak with the Harmony Cockpit Cover and keep leaves, bugs, and debris out of your boat when it's stored on land. Just pull the cover over the cockpit, seal it in place with a tug on the cinch cord, and let the durable, high-denier nylon material keep unwanted elements out.

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SKU: HAR0232
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