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Tow Rope Belt: 50'

2 out of 5 stars
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Make it easy.

When you need to move two boats, the chances of successfully standing with one foot on each while paddling are pretty slim. In lieu of that heroic, albeit potentially comedic act, strap on the Seals 50' Tow Rope Belt and bring the second boat along behind you. The comfortably wide belt won't dig in as you paddle, and the high-floating polypro rope and the non-corrosive carabiner are designed to stand up to extended time in the water. The fifty foot length allows the second boat to tail you at a comfortable distance so it doesn't bump you at every bit of turbulence.


  • System for moving two boats simultaneously
  • Wide, adjustable belt doesn't dig in
  • Polypro rope floats on water
  • Plastic float enhances buoyancy
  • Composite carabiner is non-corrosive
  • Reflective trim increases visibility
  • Item #SLX0001
bag, 50ft rope,
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2 out of 5 stars

February 23, 2022

The bag is too small.

I returned this product before using it

I returned because of the following : (1) the bag is too small for the amount of rope (50 feet). It becomes too hard to put the rope back in the bag while sitting down in your kayak, and once the rope is in, the bag is too thick. (2) The plastic carabiner does not open very much, it will be difficult to hook and unhook in particular when wearing thick gloves. (3) There are only two strips of velcro to close the bag shut, the bag tends to stay semi open. Otherwise the bag seems well made. It may work reducing the rope to 30 feet and changing the carabiner.

Ricardo C