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Element Net Cooler Standard Neck

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Element Net Cooler Standard Neck

SAXON Element Net Cooler Standard Neck

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Colours: Navy/Blue

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Great Value! Lightweight mesh cooler with smart contrast binding:
  • Twin chest straps
  • Fleece wither pad
  • Low cross surcingles and fillet string

SKU: 1000753000 - NAVY/BLUE

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