Loon Outdoors Magnetic Net Release

Loon Outdoors Magnetic Net Release
Loon Outdoors Magnetic Net Release
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Magnetic Net Release by Loon Outdoors
Keep your net securely fastened to your pack or vest with the Loon Magnetic Net Release. Loon redesigned its magnetic release with an optional hook and loop attachment and secure split ring clips that attach the stretch bungee cords to your more secure gear.

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SKU: LNO000R
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