NRS Compact Rescue Throw Bag

NRS Compact Rescue Throw Bag
NRS Compact Rescue Throw Bag
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Compact Rescue Throw Bag by NRS
The NRS Compact Rescue Throw Bag keeps 70 feet of floating line clipped to your kayak at all times, so you have it close at hand when someone has to wet exit. The bright yellow line is easily seen in the water and flying through the air when you toss it to your friend. A reinforced loop on both ends of the NRS Compact Rescue Throw Bag gives you a solid grip when the line comes tight and you have to reel in your pal.

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SKU: NRS0032
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