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NRS Pro Guardian Wedge Waist Throw Bag

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$99.95

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In your boat or scouting a rapid, the NRS Pro Guardian Waist Throw Bag gives you 55 feet of high-strength rope that's always there when you need it.
  • High-strength 1/4" Dyneema® rope is suitable for unpinning kayaks as well as rescuing swimmers.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 1/4" Dyneema® rope has a maximum tensile strength of 2,608 pounds.
Rope knots reduce tensile strength. For this reason, we make no claims regarding a rescue bag's strength. Maximum load indicated is for the rope alone.

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  • video: How To: Stuff a Rescue Throw Bag
    How To: Stuff a Rescue Throw Bag
    Length:3:49
Rope Length: 55'
Rope Material: Dyneema®
Rope Diameter: 1/4"
Load Max: 2608 lbs. (11.6 kN)
Features:
  • Adjustable waist belt with quick release buckle
  • External bag holds internal throw bag and has drainage holes
  • Wedge Throw Bag has foam flotation, mesh drainage and reflective taping
  • Webbing loops for carabineers

video: How To: Stuff a Rescue Throw Bag

How To: Stuff a Rescue Throw Bag (3:49)

In this instructional video from NRS, we show you how to re-stuff your rescue throw bag so it will be ready to go when you need it most. A poorly stuffed rope bag can not only be frustrating, it can be dangerous. Properly stuffing your throw rope keeps it free of knots and tangles that can impede a swift-water rescue while whitewater kayaking, rafting or canoeing.

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