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Product title: North Water Regulation Throw Line
SKU: ESA_NWTHRREG-Yellow

The compact and reliable North Water Regulation Throw Line is a longtime favorite for outfitters and paddlers of all calibers! Polypro rope provides the strength and durability you need for swimmer recovery, and the teardrop design makes for efficient throwing.

  • Meets Coast Guard requirements as a buoyant heaving line
  • Teardrop shape for efficient throwing
  • Reflective tape improves visibility in low light conditions
  • Easily clips to your boat for secure access
  • Rot and mildew-resistant polypro rope with low water absorption
  • Holds knots well

Technical Specifications

Rope Material Multifilament polypropylene 
Length 50'
Diameter 1/4"  
Tensile Strength 800
Elongation 6 - 8%
Bag Size 20" x 10" x 8"
Weight 303 g

Overview

Product title: North Water Regulation Throw Line

SKU: ESA_NWTHRREG-Yellow

The compact and reliable North Water Regulation Throw Line is a longtime favorite for outfitters and paddlers of all calibers! Polypro rope provides the strength and durability you need for swimmer recovery, and the teardrop design makes for efficient throwing.

  • Meets Coast Guard requirements as a buoyant heaving line
  • Teardrop shape for efficient throwing
  • Reflective tape improves visibility in low light conditions
  • Easily clips to your boat for secure access
  • Rot and mildew-resistant polypro rope with low water absorption
  • Holds knots well

Technical Specifications

Rope Material Multifilament polypropylene 
Length 50'
Diameter 1/4"  
Tensile Strength 800
Elongation 6 - 8%
Bag Size 20" x 10" x 8"
Weight 303 g
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    Teresa G.
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    4 years ago
    handy small throwbag

    Weighs a lot less than the raft sized rope I was hauling in my K1 and is good for most K1 applications (roping swimmers, lowering boats down cliffs, etc). Would not be adequate for a Z-drag but I haven't done one of those since I stopped rafting for a living.

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