NRS Tow Tether 53"


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Description

The NRS 53" Tow Tether will help you set up a quick rescue. Set up a live bait rescue or tow your paddling partners boat to shore.
This strong tether with a built-in bungee is used with the quick-release harnesses on rescue PFDs. The tether enhances towing performance in rescue situations. The stainless O-ring includes a hook patch of "hook and loop" material that facilitates centering of the O-ring on vests that have the loop material sewn on in the back. It also has a hook patch on the carabiner end. This mates with a loop piece available on some rescue PFDs, forming a quick-release holder for the carabiner.

NRS Tow Tether 53" Features:
  • Long Tether 53: 33" (Stretches to 53")
  • Add 6" to Length for Carabiner and O-ring
  • Includes Omega Five-0 Bent Gate Carabiner

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