Pyranha Plastic Ratchet Strap

 

RRP: £3.50
NOW: £3.28 (£2.73 ex VAT)

Availability:  8 in stock

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Kayak Ratchet Straps or Ratchet Straps for Kayak

The Pyranha Ratchet straps are supplied as individual units. In the event that you’re current kayak ratchet straps are starting to slip due to wear and tear; upgrade! These are easily fitted and will offer a greater and more firm support in your kayak. If your ratchet straps are worn, you may also wish to upgrade the ratchet buckles.

  • General Features
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  • Supplied as individual Units
  • Ideal for Pyranha kayaks
  • Easy to fit
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