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The NRS Pro Guardian Throw Bag ensures you always have a line within reach when trouble occurs.

With the NRS Pro Guardian Throw Bag strapped to your waist, you always have 50 feet of tough Dyneema line available to help a swimmer in trouble. Whether you find yourself in a raft, kayak, or scouting a rapid, the Pro Guardian Throw Bag always goes with you thanks to its waist-mounted design. The Dyneema line in this NRS throw bag holds an impressive 2600 pounds, so you can use it to free a wrapped boat or pinned kayak if pressed.

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4 5

There when you need it... Mostly...

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is the best throw bag I have ever seen, it's small and compact and it sits comfortably on my back. Throwing my bag is a dream, I normally have to spend sometime getting used to throwing a particular throw bag, however this bag I could hit my mark easily from the first it I threw it.As has been said earlier the quick release has a habit of undoing itself and I have had to chase mine down river a few times.also the belt is very long. I have trimmed the belt and replaced the quick release with a conventional buckle from a pack. With these little improvements I'm very happy with it.

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Can this bag be used to tow a seakayak?

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Can this bag be used to tow a seakayak?

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Yes, not the best use IMHO.

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NRS make a really useful tow line bag, you might want to look at that.

3 5

pro guardian throw bag

The good news is that it is convenient. Its always there when you need it. After thirty years of paddling
and being six feet plus I don't jump out of play boat that fast. The bad news that unless you are very carefull it willl loosen and you will lose it. In three years I have lost two. At ninty dollars a pop this makes the convenience expensive. This bag has also come off in big water. The question becomes fool me once shame on you. Fool me twice shame on me and in this case thrice.

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Yeah I agree. I have had to chase mine down a few times.....

4 5

Nice rescue bag

Is a good throw bag - the belt strap is a large for me and i not the smallest kid on the block - overall i am happy with it