Salamander Expedition Yak Wrap Kayak Travel Bag

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The Salamander Expedition Yak Wrap fits the Big Creekers & Expedition boats of today’s market. Built of rugged tough poly cloth with reinforced nose cones to help protect and conceal your boat during travel. Works equally well as storage wrap to keep critters and insects out! The Expedition Bag will accommodate most but might be a bit small for some large creekers. If in doubt, please measure your boat.

  • 9'4" long, 74" circumference at center, 48" circumfrence 15" from bow and stern
  • Rugged 500 x 1000 Cordura exterior with reinforced bow and stern cones.
  • Webbing grab loops on either end and balanced carrying handle in center
  • Side cinch straps help provide a snug fit
  • Self-repairing #7 coil zipper
  • ID pocket

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