Salamander Retriever Kayak Rescue Throw Rope Bag & Tow Tether

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The same great throw bag as the Golden Retriever, the Retriever is equipped with a 5/16 inch, 1000 lb MFP Polypropylene Core. The combination of tow tether and throw line make this the most widely sought waist worn bag in the industry. Rides comfortably below PFD and out of the way of kayak cockpits, an oh so natural fit! Popular among paddle rafters and guides who often rely on the 8' of tether line with carabiner to quickly set up a flip line!

- CampSaver.com

Salamander Retriever Kayak Rescue Throw Rope Bag & Tow Tether - A throw rope is an absolute necessity on the water. Having a rescue towline is also invaluable. The Retriever is the answer to having it all in one system. This allows you to respond and act quickly, which results in safer rescues with less potential for lengthy, hazardous situations. The Retriever is worn around your waist like a fanny pack. The compact size allows you to comfortably include this system in your daily paddle gear. A quick release cam buckle provides easy exit of the towing feature and fast response when releasing the throw bag. These features have allowed The Retriever to quickly become the rescue system of choice among serious and professional paddlers.

- Outdoorplay

Salamander Retriever Kayak Rescue Throw Rope Bag & Tow Tether

previously retailed for:
$57.76 - $67.95

The Salamander Retriever Kayak Rescue Throw Rope Bag & Tow Tether is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 8, 2017 at Outdoorplay.

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