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Replacement 1100-denier/24 oz. AIRE PVC Kayak Material. Use Stabond™ to adhere to other PVC material.

Sold by the running foot in a 70" wide roll.

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Material: 1100-denier/24 oz. PVC material
Dimensions:
  • Sold by the running foot
  • Roll width is about 70"

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