Platypus Big Zip EVO Drink Tube Kit

Platypus Big Zip EVO Drink Tube Kit
Platypus Big Zip EVO Drink Tube Kit
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Big Zip EVO Drink Tube Kit by Platypus
Get your trusty reservoir back in working order with the Platypus Big Zip EVO Drink Tube Kit. This replacement hose and nozzle is optimized to each reservoir size to make sure you can stay focused on the activity at hand.

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SKU: CAS00G8
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