Nite Ize Betterband

Nite Ize Betterband
Nite Ize Betterband
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Betterband by Nite Ize
From keeping your sleeping pad tightly rolled up and bundling tarps to keeping your bag of dog food closed, there isn't much that the Nite Ize Betterband can't do. Use the 12-inch band for organizing small-to-medium items, or go with the 25-inch version for big jobs.

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SKU: NTZ000N
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