Sea To Summit SUP Deck Bag

Sea To Summit SUP Deck Bag
Sea To Summit SUP Deck Bag
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SUP Deck Bag by Sea To Summit
Plan A: put your PB&J in a plastic baggie, slap a piece of tape on the bottom, and stick it to the front of your stand-up paddle board. Plan B: put your sandwich, jacket, and water bottle in the Sea To Summit SUP Deck Bag, secure its waterproof roll-top closure, and lash it to the front of your board. That way, you know your gear will actually stay nice and dry.

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SKU: STS003C
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