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Davis Stainless Steel Snap Tool - Multi Key 382 & Deluxe Rigging Knife Sailing Bundle (2 items)
Davis Stainless Steel Snap Tool - Multi Key 382 & Deluxe Rigging Knife Sailing Bundle (2 items)
Davis Stainless Steel Snap Tool - Multi Key 382 & Deluxe Rigging Knife Sailing Bundle (2 items)
Davis Stainless Steel Snap Tool - Multi Key 382 & Deluxe Rigging Knife Sailing Bundle (2 items)
Davis Stainless Steel Snap Tool - Multi Key 382 & Deluxe Rigging Knife Sailing Bundle (2 items)
Deluxe Rigging Knife 1551 and Snap Tool Multi Key 382 - Bundle (2 items) - The 1551 Rigging Knife has Stainless-Steel Dura-Edged Blades, a Marlin Spike, Shackle Key, & Screwdriver. The Snap Tool or Deck-Plate Key is a pocket-sized stainless-steel tool that is 19 tools in 1. It includes different Hex Wrench sizes, Zipper Puller, Lanyard hole, Screwdrivers, UnSnapper, Bottle Key & more.

-created by boaters for boaters-

Davis Stainless Steel Snap Tool - Multi Key 382 & Deluxe Rigging Knife Sailing Bundle (2 items)

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Deluxe Rigging Knife 1551 and Snap Tool Multi Key 382 - Bundle (2 items) - The 1551 Rigging Knife has Stainless-Steel Dura-Edged Blades, a Marlin Spike, Shackle Key, & Screwdriver. The Snap Tool or Deck-Plate Key is a pocket-sized stainless-steel tool that is 19 tools in 1. It includes different Hex Wrench sizes, Zipper Puller, Lanyard hole, Screwdrivers, UnSnapper, Bottle Key & more.

-created by boaters for boaters-

“The only ship you can truly steer in this ocean is the one you’re sailing. Quit trying to alter the winds; harness them.”

– Richelle E. Goodrich

“Whenever I find myself growing grim […] I quietly take to the ship. Almost all men in their degree, some time or other, cherish very nearly the same feelings towards the ocean with me.”

– Herman Melville

“The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore.”

– Vincent Van Gogh