Seattle Sports® Kayak Half Skirt

Item # WX2-294145

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Seattle Sports® Paddling Half Skirt, the right protection and storage for your kayak!

A kayak Skirt that offers splash protection and mesh and zip pockets for easy access to gear. It's perfect for milder conditions when a full skirt isn't necessary. You can mount it over a full-enclosure skirt, too, for the benefit of the storage pockets. It mounts easily and holds firmly in place.

It's available in 2 sizes... the Medium that's 22"l., weighs 12 ozs., for cockpits up to 50"l. Or XL that's 32"l., 18 ozs., for cockpits 51"l. and larger. Made of tough, coated nylon.

State Size, as available in the Shopping Cart. A kayak accessory that pays off for your comfort, convienence and enjoyment. Order ONLINE Now!


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