NRS Standard Rescue Throw Bag

NRS Standard Rescue Throw Bag
NRS Standard Rescue Throw Bag
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Standard Rescue Throw Bag by NRS
When you're running tough whitewater, chances are somebody is going for a swim. Be ready to throw a rope with the NRS Standard Rescue Bag. Stuffed with 75 feet of high-strength floating rope, this bag features a flared top that makes for easy throws and reloading.

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SKU: NRS0195
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