MA2612-13

Mustang Greenwater 65L Waterproof Deck Bag - Black

Mustang Greenwater 65L Waterproof Deck Bag - Black
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b>65L Greenwater Waterproof Deck Bag

Built to last, these waterproof deck bags easily strap down to keep your gear dry and secure through the toughest conditions.

ENDURANCE DRY
Absolutely watertight, with a 420 denier Hypalon shell and the same waterproof zipper used in our dry suits, to keep your gear dry when everything else isn't

ARMORED CONSTRUCTION
Reinforced, rubberized handles are designed to stand up to the rough treatment

MODULAR ORGANIZATION
Rectangular construction lets you pack it tighter, and full perimeter tie-downs guarantee it's stowed securely
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Mustang Greenwater 65L Waterproof Deck Bag - Black MA2612-13 MUSTANG GREENWATER 65 LITER WATERPROOF DECK BAG BLACK
$187.50
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