Constructed from waterproof nylon that is coated with TPU and features high-frequency welded seams our throw rope bag is built to last! It comes paired with 50' of durable and strong 3/8" polypropylene braided rope.
A layer of closed-cell foam keeps the bag buoyant and the braided rope also floats on top of the water making sure it is easy to see and grab in an emergency scenario. Suitable for both freshwater and saltwater.
Our custom made high visibility orange rope is constructed with a strand of interwoven reflective material, and the bright orange bag features a reflective logo and band making it easier to see in low-light conditions, or at night.
The bag features an adjustable strap and clip, so it is easy to attach it to your kayak, canoe, boat or lifeguard station, The clip also doubles an emergency whistle to help get attention in a pinch.
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Rope Specifications: 50' long, 3/8" diameter braided polypropylene with interwoven reflective strand.
Bag Specifications: 420 Denier Waterproof TPV with welded seams, closed cell foam insert (for buoyancy) and mesh nylon top.
Weight: 1.1 lbs
Measurements when Closed and Packed: 8" tall, 4.5" diameter
Designed in Pennsylvania USA | Made in China
Use | Throwing | Care |
USE | THROWING
Open the bag and grasp the free end of the rope
With the other hand toss the bag underhanded at your target (Practice for best results)
For re-throws, do not repack the rope. Dip the bag in water for added weight and re-throw until you reach your target
DO NOT coil or wrap around arm - this will cause tangles in the rope.
Feed the rope into bag a bit at a time, starting with the end attached inside the bag
Layer the rope on top of itself to prevent tangling
Stuff the knot down into the bag with the rest of the rope, and cinch the bag closed
Clean off any sand or dirt after use
If rope has been used in salt water conditions, rinse
thoroughly with fresh water after use
Let the rope dry before repacking, and do not store in damp conditions to avoid mold developing
Inspect for damage before and after each use
The thrower and target should NOT wrap rope around their hands, neck or body.