Prepare yourself for emergencies on the water with a Whitewater Designs Medium Rescue Throw Bag. Every raft, kayak, and canoe should be equipped with a rescue throw bag. These medium rescue bags are made oversized for easy stuffing of your rope. These bags are fully waterproof and are made from 400D Nylon with a drawstring for closure on top. The Whitewater Designs Medium Rescue Throw Bag also features a mini-cell foam disk in the bottom for flotation, and all the seams are over-locked for added durability. This rescue bag includes 50 feet of 7/16” polypropylene rope for maximum value and long life.
The Whitewater Designs Medium Rescue Throw Bag is an excellent piece of gear that every kayaker or canoer should have in their boat. Made from high quality nylon and polypropylene, this rescue throw bag is built to last for years. The oversized bag allows for fast, efficient stuffing of the rope, and the whole bag is incredibly light and compact. Add the high visibility fabric and you have an indispensable accessory for your next canoe or kayak trip.
I would rate my review of the Whitewater Designs Medium Rescue Throw Bag as a 3.5 out of 5 stars. While this rescue bag is certainly plenty strong for the average paddler, this would be even better if the rope were thick enough to be trustworthy in whitewater rescue situations. Unfortunately, this rope is just a little too light for my taste when thinking of pulling a buddy and his kayak out of some major rapids or a whitewater eddy. However, since most paddlers will not have these types of experiences, the Whitewater Designs Medium Rescue Throw Bag is still an excellent and viable choice for your next rescue throw bag.
Product Features and Specifications
– Rope Length: 50′
– Capacity: 2000 lbs. (One Ton)
– Diameter: 7/16″ braided buoyant Polypropylene rope
– Oversized bag for easy stuffing
– High visibility bag for emergency rescue and low-light situations
– MSRP: $39.99
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Rating: 3.5/5 (4 votes cast)
Whitewater Designs Medium Rescue Throw Bag Review, 3.5 out of 5 based on 4 ratings
Tori “Waverider” Morris first learned to love canoes when she was just a small child. She built her first handmade canoe at the age of 11 and continues to this day as a professional. Among some of the most interesting places she’s canoed are Brazil and Vietnam. Tori lives in Corpus Christi, Texas.