NRS Bowline Bags

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Rescue bags are for rescue - tie your boat to shore with a bowline. The sturdy Cordura® bag is designed with a mesh bottom for drainage and a drawstring closure to keep your rope secure and easily accessible. Bowline Bags include 3/8" polypropylene rope in specific lengths. Please see drop-down menu for length choices.

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  • Bag Material: Cordura®
  • 3/8" Polypropylene Rope
  • Lengths 25', 50', 75', or 100'

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NRS Bowline Bags
 
4.0

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        5.0

        NRS Bowline

        By WilliamP

        from Arizona

        About Me Casual/ Recreational

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Compact Design

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about NRS Bowline Bags:

            For a cheap and handy upgrade add another D-ring to the bow of your raft and clip the NRS bowline to it. This keeps it up out of the water and makes it faster to deploy when it is needed. Just be sure to run the line thru a carabiner attached to the new D-ring and then store the line back into the bag. This way when someone pulls the line out of the bag and ties onto the shore it doesn't rip the bag.

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            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            2.0

            Does its job

            By Jo Bob

            from Wyoming

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Long bowline

            Cons

            • Looks like rescue bag

            Best Uses

            • Day Trips
            • Flat Waters
            • Rivers

            Comments about NRS Bowline Bags:

            Bowline bag looks like a rescue bag to beginners. The bag needs to be bigger. Does its job however.

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            • No

            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            instructions would be nice

            By madgreek

            from portland OR

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            Pros

            • Easy to see
            • Safe
            • Tough

            Cons

            • Instructions

            Best Uses

            • Day Trips
            • Flat Waters
            • Kayak Camping
            • Ocean Swells
            • Rapids Paddling
            • Rivers

            Comments about NRS Bowline Bags:

            wish it had instructions on how to install on my raft. i see it installed several different ways. im kind of green and like instructions

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            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Bowline Bag

            By DK river runner

            from Ogden, UT

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                  Comments about NRS Bowline Bags:

                  I like how the bag is big enough to easily stuff the rope back into it. The mouth is wide, allowing you to stuff the rope back in quickly (I thought it would take as long as a throw bag). We attach one end of the rope to the D-ring and bring the bag to the shore. Attach a locking biner to the same D-ring as the rope. wrap a prusik knot around the rope and put the other end in the biner. If the river level comes up you can easily take in some slack through the prusik and not have to mess with the knot on the shore end of the rope.

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