SKU: GC14-DFNDR-67-72

PolarPro 67mm to 72mm Defender Lens Cover

PolarPro 67mm to 72mm Defender Lens Cover

The strong and durable design of the 67 to 72mm Defender Lens Cover from PolarPro is made of a soft and flexible elastomer that stretches and slips onto the front of your lens. The front of the cover is made of an ABS plastic plate that protects the front element of the lens against bumps, scratches, dirt, and dust.

Features:

ABS Lens Plate Protects Front Element

Soft Flexible Elastomer Cap Slips On

Secure Fit Prevents Cap Falling Off

Strong, Durable, and Rugged Design

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PolarPro 67mm to 72mm Defender Lens Cover

The strong and durable design of the 67 to 72mm Defender Lens Cover from PolarPro is made of a soft and flexible elastomer that stretches and slips onto the front of your lens. The front of the cover is made of an ABS plastic plate that protects the front element of the lens against bumps, scratches, dirt, and dust.

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