NRS Ninja Personal Flotation Device

NRS Ninja Personal Flotation Device
NRS Ninja Personal Flotation Device
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Ninja Personal Flotation Device by NRS
Ensure you have complete freedom of movement and comfort when navigating white water in the Ninja PFD. This type III PFD boasts a compact design to ensure you can perform at your best on the water.

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SKU: NRSR05K
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