Harmony Paddle Leash

Harmony Paddle Leash
Harmony Paddle Leash
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Paddle Leash by Harmony
The Harmony Paddle Leash allows you to set down your paddle to snap a quick photo or pull a snack out of your vest without worrying about losing your paddle overboard. A sturdy hook-and-loop strap wraps around the handle, while a nylon clip at the other end of the webbing-enclosed leash attaches it to an eyelet or bungee on your boat.

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SKU: HAR0194
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