Polar M200 Wrist Strap

Polar M200 Wrist Strap
Polar M200 Wrist Strap
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M200 Wrist Strap by Polar
Personalize your workout partner with the colorful, changeable Polar M200 Wrist Strap. Whichever color you go with, the soft, durable material and adjustable closure secure a comfortable fit every time you put it on.

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SKU: POL1ARL
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