Loon Outdoors Zinger

Loon Outdoors Zinger
Loon Outdoors Zinger
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Zinger by Loon Outdoors
You've probably dropped more hemostats and nippers then you'd care to admit, but trust us, there is a better way. The Loon Zinger secures your tools or floatant to your pack via a clip fastener and 20-inch cable, so you won't have to worry about losing expensive tools every time you use them.

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SKU: LNO000P
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