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Stohlquist Re-Traxt 12' Tow Tether

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Product title: Stohlquist Re-Traxt 12' Tow Tether
SKU: ESA_STRETRAXT12_21

Shock loaded tubular webbing absorbs impact from towing and stows compressed, close to your side. The Stohlquist Re-Traxt 12' Tow Tether comes with a paddle biner and stainless steel O-ring that feeds onto a PFD quick-release belt.

  • Shock-loaded tubular webbing
  • Welded black oxide stainless steel O-ring
  • Includes Paddle biner
  • 3-year manufacturer warranty against any manufacturing and material defects

Technical Specifications

Carabiner Aluminum alloy
O-ring Stainless steel, 1/4" x 1 1/5"

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  • A
    Anonymous
    Flag of India
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    1 year ago
    works great

    works great in towing paddles when someone looses theirs during a wet-exit, the elastic in this system is very soft. no external knots like many tow systems with a bungee spring have which tend to get fouled up on your kayak when you try to release. So absolutely fine, highly recommended.

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