SealLine See Pouch

SealLine See Pouch
SealLine See Pouch
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See Pouch by SealLine
A water-logged phone, soggy cash, and a credit card at the bottom of the lake are not a good combo. Pack small items in the SealLine See Pouch and rest easy knowing that this pouch can withstand a quick dunk in the lake and will also float if your kayak turns over. Attach the adjustable neck cord to kayak bungees or stash this pouch in your backpack while you travel through rainy forests.

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SKU: CAS00BT
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