Harmony Smiley's Nose Plug

Harmony Smiley's Nose Plug
Harmony Smiley's Nose Plug
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Smiley's Nose Plug by Harmony
Designed with serious whitewater paddlers in mind, the Harmony Smiley's Nose Plug is built to stay in place on the nastiest stretches of river while keeping the comfort level high with cushioned nose pads and a fully adjustable wire frame.

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SKU: HAR0153
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