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Help the team make it to shore.
Help your paddling partner reach the shore with the help of the NRS Kayak Tow Line. When you're paddling with small children or inexperienced paddlers who may become fatigued during longer adventures, this tow system helps make potentially scary situations a piece of cake. A 50-foot polypropylene rope stows in the durable waist bag that fits comfortably around the wearer, and is easily deployed thanks to its foam float and heavy-duty plastic clip. The rope is attached to a bungee cord with a stainless metal ring to ease towing when on the high seas, while the sturdy nylon webbing belt boasts a quick-release buckle to help you adapt to the situation.
- Tow line to help inexperienced paddlers reach shore
- Tough polypropylene rope floats for reliable use
- Durable stow bag with pockets stashes rope and small items
- Bag has mesh drainage to let water escape
- Quick-release buckle ensures the bag fits securely
- Item #NRS00AT
- [rope] polypropylene, [belt] nylon webbing, [bag] 500D Cordura
- [rope] 50ft,
- Claimed Weight
- 1lb 5.6oz
- Recommended Use
- flatwater paddling, ocean paddling, river paddling
What do you think about this product?
September 12, 2020
Towing can be fun
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Finally got to use this after purchasing quite some time ago. For fun we tried just using a rope between the two kayaks but found that the kayaking being towed would drag the towing kayak's rear left to right. Causing quite a bit of frustration with not being able to go in a straight line. If I didn't have this tool it would have been a very different kind of day. A few of the really great features is the ability to adjust the length without cutting and the bungee section to remove all strain on myself while towing. I ended up towing 4 ish miles of a recreation boat and this made it so much easier. Would 100% buy it again. The bag makes it easy to store after you are done, big plastic clip was easy to hook onto the kayak being towed. Overall saved a day of frustration which is well worth the money. I could see this being used for a long time to come.