Seals Safety Kit

Seals Safety Kit
Seals Safety Kit
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Safety Kit by Seals
There's very few pieces of gear you pack with the hope that you don't have to use them. The Seals Safety Kit falls into that category, but if you do need it you'll be glad you have it. It includes a bilge pump, paddle float, paddle leash, and a safety whistle. All of this is contained in a handy mesh storage bag that drains easily if necessary.

SKU: SLX0002
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