Nookie Cockpit Cover


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The Nookie neoprene cockpit cover surpasses any other cockpit cover on the market. It’s versatile (fits nearly all plastic kayaks), easy to put on (because of the stretchy neoprene), not gonna pop off (because it snugly grips your cockpit with the 8mm shockcord), proven to reduce noise and fuel consumption. It survives most baggage handlers and is ideal for putting extra kit in your boat when travelling. It also keeps the creepy crawlies out your boat when it’s stashed in your garden. Oh, and of course it’s got really cool graphics to make your boat look cool even when you’re not sitting in it.


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