NRS Pro Compact Rescue Throw Bag

NRS Pro Compact Rescue Throw Bag
NRS Pro Compact Rescue Throw Bag
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Pro Compact Rescue Throw Bag by NRS
Regardless of how big or how small the whitewater may be, the potential for a rescue situation is a reality every time you put in. Be prepared to throw a rope with the NRS Pro Compact Rescue Bag. The 70 feet of burly Dyneema rope gives you plenty of distance, and the flared top makes the bag easy to throw.

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SKU: NRS0194
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