NRS Bungee Paddle Leash

NRS Bungee Paddle Leash
NRS Bungee Paddle Leash
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Bungee Paddle Leash by NRS
The NRS Paddle Leash connects your paddle to your wrist with three feet of bungee cord to keep it from disappearing when you set it in your lap to check your map or take a picture. Few things make the heart sink faster than watching your paddle float away while you sit in your boat, so avoid this scenario with the NRS Paddle Leash.

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SKU: NRS0035
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