NRS Guardian Wedge Waist Throw Bag


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Description

Conveniently worn around your waist, the NRS Guardian Wedge Waist Throw Bag is always at your fingertips, whether you're in your boat or scouting a rapid.

Features
  • A waist bag with quick-release belt holds a compact, removable throw bag.
  • The outer bag has a wide hook-and-loop flap and a zipper to facilitate removing the inner bag. Drainage holes in the bag expel water quickly.
  • Removable Wedge Throw Bag has foam flotation to keep it on top of the water, mesh sides for drainage and drying, and reflective taping for increased visibility.
  • Throw bag contains 55 feet of 1/4" polypropylene rope, with a maximum tensile strength of 950 pounds.
  • A quick-release buckle on the adjustable waist belt ensures safe exit in an emergency.
  • The internal throw bag comes completely free from the waist belt.
  • Webbing loops along the belt allow you to attach carabiners

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