NRS Touring Safety Kits

NRS Touring Safety Kits
NRS Touring Safety Kits
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Touring Safety Kits by NRS
The NRS Touring Safety Kits have the essentials you need every time you slip your boat into the water and head away from shore. The basic kit includes a bilge pump and sponge to remove water, paddle float to help you get back into your boat after a flip, and a whistle to signal for help. NRS also makes the pro kit which adds a paddle leash, signal mirror, and deck bag to the above gear list.

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SKU: NRS0033
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