Level Six Compact Quickthrow Throwbag


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Description

The Level Six Compact Quickthrow Throwbag is a newcomer that's packed with some really smart design features. This might be your new favorite throw bag!

The bag features a zipper system so you can open the throat of the throwbag wider (making re-stuffing the bag much easier), mesh sides for interior breathability and a snap attachment system with an integrated whistle.

Features
  • 24% elongation 3.2 KN (705 lbs) breaking strength
  • 600 d nylon bag
  • 16m (52.4’) 1/4” dynamic polypropylene floating rope
  • Mesh drainage panel
  • Webbing loop with whistle clip
  • Easy re-stuff system
  • Webbing loop for deployment belt
Pro Tip

The rescue rope in this compact throwbag is a Dynamic Polypro line. Since it is a 24% elongation dynamic rope, it's ideal for bagging swimmers as opposed to being used in a mechanical advantage system in a pin situation. If you are looking for a bag with similar features but a static rope, check out the Compact Quickthrow Pro, also new from Level Six.

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