NRS Basic Nylon Sprayskirt

NRS Basic Nylon Sprayskirt
NRS Basic Nylon Sprayskirt
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Basic Nylon Sprayskirt by NRS
NRS designed its Basic Nylon Sprayskirt for beginners learning how to kayak, but it's also excellent for touring in calm waters thanks to its simple construction. Nylon keeps this skirt durable, and a urethane coating sheds water. A shock cord closes the skirt around your hull for a secure fit, and the drawcord has a barrel lock adjustment.

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SKU: NRS003A
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