NRS 1in Heavy-Duty Buckle Bumper Straps

NRS 1in Heavy-Duty Buckle Bumper Straps
NRS 1in Heavy-Duty Buckle Bumper Straps
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1in Heavy-Duty Buckle Bumper Straps by NRS
Lash your boat to the car, or gear to your boat, or the children to the roof with a pair of NRS One-Inch Heavy-Duty Buckle Bumper Straps. They are a classic polypropylene webbing strap that's been treated with a UV protectant, and the buckle has PU padding to protect your vehicle and boat.

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SKU: NRS003Q
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