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Surfboard Leash String

Surfboard Leash String


Surfboard Leash String

Regular price $1.00
Get it between Mar 11 - Mar 16

Alton Surfboard Leash String Features:

This Surfboard Leash String is what keeps your board attached to your leash so you're swimming after your board, so make sure you always have an extra one handy!

To attach - tie an overhand knot to create the looped tie. Put the loop end through the leash plug, shove the knot through and pull tight. Be sure to check the length of your leash string to ensure it will not overhang onto any part of your rails, which can lead to rail damage.

  • Standard length
  • High strength material


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Verified Buyers

"Everything you want from a business Shipping was fast and maintained the integrity of my purchase. Item was in excellent shape and delivered as advertised. Communication & followup is the best I have experienced with any business. Jack’s will be the first place I look when I buy my next board & accessories. Keep up the good work."

Crecensio V.

"My boys 17 and 14 love Jack’s Surfboards clothing! I recently was not able to find a size online and called customer service and they were able to find it for me at another store and shipped it to me! AMAZING!!!! Thank you!"

Christie I.

"First off, the service from Jack's is superb and personalized, not once did I feel worried about my order as they kept me up to date through ridiculous yet amazing texts. The swim trunks are great, comfy, not too crazy or asking the world to look at me, but comfy and fit nicely per my stature and waist size. I would recommend Jack's Surfboards any day."

Chad P.

"I bought two different sizes online and shipped them to the local store. The received them early and called me right away. I went in tried on both sizes and easily returned the extra."

David J.