Seals Sea Sprite Touring Skirt

Seals Sea Sprite Touring Skirt
Seals Sea Sprite Touring Skirt
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Sea Sprite Touring Skirt by Seals
For your adventures paddling the great open waters of Seattle's Elliot Bay, be sure you're equipped with your Seals Sea Sprite Touring Skirt. Built with 4 millimeter neoprene that blocks out water and keeps you warm, this spray skirt offers a secure attachment to your kayak that still allows for a quick escape if need be. The 3-ply neoprene construction keeps water out while still allowing you to breathe to make sure you don't get too stuff on your adventure. On top of this skirt's easy-to-use hook-and-loop closure, the grabloop is also outfitted with a whistle just in case you need it.

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SKU: SLX0008
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