NRS Boat Sponge

NRS Boat Sponge
NRS Boat Sponge
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Boat Sponge by NRS
Both the NRS Boat Sponge and the Deluxe Boat Sponge help remove pools of water that your bilge pump leaves behind. The Boat Sponges also help get rid of rain water that pools on your kayak seat.

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SKU: NRS0059
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