Palm Cowtail One


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Yellow - 75cm



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White Water Kayaking Cowtail

The Palm Cowtail is an elasticated device that is ideal for securing to the rear of buoyancy aids that feature a chest harnes system. This is particularly well suited to buoyancy aids such as the Palm Extrem, Amp, Axis, Peak River Guide Vest and also the Nookie Rivermonster.

This cowtail features a sewn loop on the one end that is ideal for threading a kayaking karabiner through, while on the other end there is a welded steel ring that will then easily have the chest harness threaded through. When the cowtail is fully stretched it will fully extend to 75cm.


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