Seals Shocker Spray Skirt

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Cockpit Size: 1.4
Waist Size: SM
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Sale price$120.00 Regular price$149.95

Description

The Seals Shocker Spray Skirt is a bungee skirt appropriate for river running and playboating. It is constructed from thick 4mm neoprene to keep you dry, and the 3/8" stitched bungee rim attachment is easy to snap onto your cockpit and pulls off quickly when needed, thanks to Seals' rim grip/safety slop technology! As an added bonus, the Shocker's grab loop also has an integrated safety whistle, so you always have the ability to signal when needed! This basic skirt has the features needed to keep beginner and intermediate paddlers happy.

Features
  • High performance 4mm neoprene
  • 3/8" stitched bungee attachment to the rim
  • Rim grip/safety slip technology
  • Form-fitting anatomical tunnel is 9" high.
  • Glued, stitched and sealed seams
  • Grabloop includes integrated safety whistle

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