Harmony Super Sponge

Harmony Super Sponge
Harmony Super Sponge
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Super Sponge by Harmony
Water sloshing around in your kayak can shorten the time you get to spend out on the water. The Harmony Super Sponge can absorb up to a liter of water, helping you extend the length and comfort of your paddling excursions. Plus, the synthetic sponge is mildew resistant and machine washable.

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SKU: HAR0234
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