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North Water Quick Release Sea Link Kayak Tow Line

North Water Quick Release Sea Link Kayak Tow Line

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Product title: North Water Quick Release Sea Link Kayak Tow Line
SKU: ESA_NWQRS

The North Water Quick Release Sea Link Tow Line is a compact system that gives you the option of turning a short or long tow line. It attaches to any quick-release rescue PFD harness and has built-in floatation and shock absorption giving you the versatility you need for a quick rescue.

  • Compact deployment pouch
  • Attaches to any PFD quick release belt harness (not included)
  • Smoother towing thanks to our integrated shock absorber
  • Change length quickly w/ the release of a buckle
  • Floating deployment pouch in the event of a release
  • Carabiner

Technical Specifications

Dimensions 3” x 1.5”
Short Tow 4’ 6”
Long Tow 15’

North Water Quick Release Sea Link Tow Line Instructions

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3 reviews
  • JS
    Jeff S.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    1 year ago
    For years, I used a

    For years, I used a home-made tow system, with a cow tail connected to about 18' of floating line. It worked just fine, but it was always awkward trying to stow the line in my life vest, especially once I upgraded to a model that lacked side pockets. I was using my hand warmer pouch for the purpose - but then, lost the ability to stick my hands in there, stuff as it was with the the bundled line. This new system is ingenious! The integrated cow tail provides a short tow when warranted, and opening a quick release clip allows about 17' of webbing to trail out, for a longer tow. But when not in use, it all stows into the integrated pouch, neat and out of the way, but ready to deploy in an instant. And I get my hand warmer pouch back!

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    Jeff S.
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    1 year ago
    For years, I used a

    For years, I used a home-made tow system, with a cow tail connected to about 18' of floating line. It worked just fine, but it was always awkward trying to stow the line in my life vest, especially once I upgraded to a model that lacked side pockets. I was using my hand warmer pouch for the purpose - but then, lost the ability to stick my hands in there, stuff as it was with the the bundled line. This new system is ingenious! The integrated cow tail provides a short tow when warranted, and opening a quick release clip allows about 17' of webbing to trail out, for a longer tow. But when not in use, it all stows into the integrated pouch, neat and out of the way, but ready to deploy in an instant. And I get my hand warmer pouch back!

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  • TH
    Tyler H.
    Flag of United States
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    3 years ago
    Professional Unit

    Towing can be tricky, especially with novice kayakers or even first timers. I absolutely love this system when guiding. It meshes well with my PFD and comes up under my arm clipping to the shoulder strap. This makes a very quick system to deploy and you genuinely look much more out together without fumbling with other designs. Two flaws though: 1. The tooth on the carabiner. Pretty aggressive and shouldn't be there in the first place. Had to file it down flush to get it where I wanted. 2: The loop on the webbing that attaches to the carabiner needs to be secured. If not it could potentially slip off. An o-ring or rubber band will keep it in place.

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