Seals Splash Deck

Seals Splash Deck
Seals Splash Deck
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Splash Deck by Seals
It's a warm summer day out in the Pacific, but the mist of the whitecaps from the ocean breeze and splashes from your partners paddle is still leaving you wet by the end of the day. Protect your lap and prevent soggy shorts with the Slash Deck by Seals--this lightweight nylon cover works like a spray skirt but without a tube for recreational tours on calmer waters. The deck snugly fits around the coamig of your cockpit just like a skirt, while an elastic opening comfortably fits around your torso and covers your lap. A large zippered pocket is big enough to hold a snack, sunscreen, and a waterproof camera for candid photo shoots on the water.

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