NRS Z-Drag Kit

NRS Z-Drag Kit
NRS Z-Drag Kit
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Z-Drag Kit by NRS
Whether you find yourself in a situation where the gear boat flips or you just want to always err on the safe side, prepare yourself for the unexpected with the NRS Z-Drag Kit. This kit provides all the hardware needed to set up basic Z-drag mechanical advantage systems to aid in swiftwater rescue.

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SKU: NRS002X
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