Seals Inlander Touring Skirt

Seals Inlander Touring Skirt
Seals Inlander Touring Skirt
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Inlander Touring Skirt by Seals
The Seals Inlander Touring Skirt is designed to protect you from splashes while cruising through gentle waters. Whether you're on a lake, a cove of the bay, or a slow-moving river, this skirt's lightweight material will keep you comfortably protected thanks to its double stitched, fully sealed seams. The tunnel is adjustable for your comfort, and the rim uses safety slip technology for a firm grip.

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SKU: SLX0003
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