One end is 10" custom-spliced loop and other end is a rust-proof 316 stainless steel clip
12mm (1/2") rated for 2200 lbs tensile strength
19mm (3/4") rated for 4,000 lbs tensile strength
Suitable for all personal watercraft and small motorized boats
Designed for both saltwater and freshwater use
Included reusable velcro straps for storage
Function and Durability
These heavy duty dock lines are rated for up to 4,000 lbs (1800kg); more than enough for kayaks, paddle boards or motorized personal watercraft.
Our ropes are made from premium materials including rust-proof 316 stainless steel clips, making them suitable for both saltwater and freshwater environments.
Our dock lines feature high-visibility colors colors so they are easily visible and accessible.
Heavy Duty Dock Lines | Tow Ropes You Can Rely On!
S.Å.K. ropes are made of heavy duty braided PU fiber and are rated for loads up to 4,000 lbs (1800kg). The dock lines are specially made with harsh environments and conditions in mind, so they are exceptionally resistant to saltwater and corrosion.
At their ends, each set of tow cords has an extra strong 316 stainless steel clip and a custom spliced 10" loop for easy docking.
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All of our products are backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee, and lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects - Love S.Å.K. or your money back! We also have the best customer service team...ever. Seriously, if you have any questions, comments or concerns we are always here for you.
Materials: Braided polyurethane rope with 316 stainless steel clips.
Length of Ropes: 2 Pack: 1 x 7' and 1' 14' rope per package, single pack 1 x 21' rope.
Diameter or Ropes: 12mm (1/2") or 19mm (3/4")
Weight Rating: 12mm ropes rated for up to 2200 lbs (1000 KG), 19mm ropes rated for up to 4,000 lbs (1,800 KG) tensile strength.
Directions: Attach stainless hook to suitable receptor on PWC, attach loop end to dock cleat or pile. If receptor is not compatible with snap hook simply make a loop in the rope, push the loop through the receptor, then snap the clip onto the loop.