Palm Soft Touch Handles

 

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Kayak Grab Handles or Kayak Carry Handles

The Palm Soft touch kayak handles come supplied as a pair. These kayak grab handles will add comfort to the hands when it comes to transporting a heavy kayak

Palm have designed these kayak carry handles to be easy to fit and offer good safety. You can’t get them twisted around your hands! The shape of the grab handles is moulded to an ergonomic shape and they are comfortable and easy to use. They come supplied as a pair and the pack comes with all you need to make the installation.

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  • Supplied as a pair
  • Easy to fit
  • Ergonomic Shape

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