NRS Kayak Un-Pin Kit

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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All the essentials for a basic Z-Drag set-up in one small kit, created specifically to address the needs of creek boaters. This kit includes a throw bag with rope, prusik cord, tubular webbing, carabiners and pulleys. All the essentials to effectively un-pin a stuck boat. See the full list of included pieces in the Specs tab. The Z-Drag crib sheet, also included in the kit, will walk you through the steps if it's your first real-life rescue situation, or refresh your memory if it's been awhile since that last swiftwater course. This kit fits easily in any whitewater kayak or canoe, and with all the un-pinning essentials, you'll always be prepared for an unplanned rescue. This un-pin kit is catered specifically to kayak-rescue situations. The rope in the throw bag has a 2,495 pound breaking strength. It is possible to set up a Z-Drag with the included equipment, however, we recommend purchasing a Z-Drag Kit (item # 45314.01) for potential rescue situations involving much bigger, heavier rafts and catarafts. We highly recommend you take a swiftwater rescue course in your local area. Play safe!

- NRS

Whitewater Kayak Un-Pin Kit - The Un-Pin Kit contains all the essentials for a basic Z-Drag set-up in one small kit that fits easily in any whitewater kayak or canoe. Created specifically to address the needs of creek boaters, this kit is a key ingredient to any trip. Contents *1 70' throw bag with 1/4' Dyneema rope*1 15' sling of 1' tubular webbing *2 4' brake loops of 5mm prusik cord*2 Omega Standard D 'biners*2 Omega Locking D 'biners*2 SMC Rescue pulleys *1 Z-Drag Crib Sheet*1 Fox 40 whistle We highly recommend you take a swiftwater rescue course in your local area. Play safe!

- Outdoorplay

Equip yourself with the NRS Kayak Un-Pin Kit on your next kayak or rafting adventure because it's better to be prepared for the unexpected than not. This stellar kit gives you all the basic essentials for a Z-drag set-up when you need to rescue your buddy or a flipped raft.

- Backcountry.com