NRS Tuff Sacks


Size: 5L
Color: Red
Price:
Sale price$22.95
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Description

Drop your gear into an NRS Tuff Sack roll down the watertight closure and forget about it. Professional outfitters, guides, stand up paddler's and kayaker's around the world rely on the NRS Tuff Sacks to keep their gear dry all season long, year after year.

Features
  • The heavy-duty PVC construction combined with welded seams result in a rugged, waterproof bag that will keep your gear dry and withstand the seasonal use and abuse.
  • Designed in a variety of sizes, the Tuff Sack can fit everything from sunscreen and on-the-boat essentials, to clothing for a week off-the-grid.
  • Exclusive to NRS, the StormStrip closure system coupled with heavy-duty plastic buckles provide a watertight seal and a convenient carry handle.
  • A D-ring on the quick-release buckle provides a handy attachment point.

We want to ensure that you are getting the best gear, with the best service, at the best price!

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