Astral Dyneema Throw Rope

Astral Dyneema Throw Rope
Astral Dyneema Throw Rope
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Dyneema Throw Rope by Astral
The Astral Dyneema Throw Rope is compact and reliable when you're rescuing a buddy on your paddling adventures. It also fits into the Astral Greenjacket's back pocket perfectly so you can access it at all times.

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SKU: ASL000G
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