Immersion Research Klingon Bungee Spray Skirt

Immersion Research Klingon Bungee Spray Skirt
Immersion Research Klingon Bungee Spray Skirt
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Klingon Bungee Spray Skirt by Immersion Research
From playboating at the local whitewater park to running intermediate-level rapids, the Immersion Research Klingon Bungee Spray Skirt keeps water out of your boat with its stretchy, implosion-resistant 3mm neoprene deck and apron-style bungee skirt. The bungee skirt features a unique "taco" construction that delivers the dryness of a traditional apron skirt, while facilitating the outer edge to grab the rim for easier installation. Other features include a wear-resistant Nylar front casing and grippy silicone patches for anti-implosion protection.

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SKU: IMR000U
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