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Wild River Plier Holder with Retractable Lanyard

Wild River Plier Holder with Retractable Lanyard

Description

The Wild River Plier Holder with Retractable Lanyard hooks to a belt or to a Wild River bag for easy access during fishing activities.

Features

  • Removable self-retracting steel cable lanyard for clippers or small tools
  • Hook-and-loop closure for easy one hand plier removal
  • Heavy-duty metal clip on back for easy positioning on belts or pockets
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$9.99
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$6.57
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Our Wild River Plier Holder comes with a retractable steel cable lanyard and heavy-duty metal belt clip. It has a hook-and-loop web strap to secure your pliers that's designed for easy one hand operation. This holder allows you to store your pliers and clippers on your bag or on your belt so they'll always be close at hand.

Features:

HEAVY-DUTY CONSTRUCTION

  • Heavy-duty fabric, binding and stitching for durability
    RETRACTABLE LANYARD
  • Removable self-retracting steel cable lanyard for clippers or small tools
    SECURING STRAP
  • Hook-and-loop closure for easy one hand plier removal
    POCKET CLIP
  • Heavy-duty metal clip on back for easy positioning on belts or pockets
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