NRS Mamba Pogies

NRS Mamba Pogies
NRS Mamba Pogies
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Mamba Pogies by NRS
The NRS Mamba Pogies allow you to get a solid grip on your paddle when navigating icy-cold waters, without having to wear bulky and slick gloves. How you ask' These 5mm neoprene covers fit over the shaft of your paddle and use nylon-coated neoprene and a fleece-like lining to keep your digits warm when the water would have it otherwise. Cuff snaps let you roll the cuffs up or keep them down, while the internal doughnut gaskets seal out water and allow your hands to slip out easily when you get maytagged.

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