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North Water Regulation Throw Line
North Water Regulation Throw Line
North Water Regulation Throw Line
North Water Regulation Throw Line
North Water Regulation Throw Line
North Water Regulation Throw Line
North Water Regulation Throw Line
North Water Regulation Throw Line

North Water Regulation Throw Line

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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

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  • TG
    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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