Palm Snake Sling


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Red - 4m



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Kayaking Rescue Sling or River Safety Equipment

The Palm Snake Sling, a 4m kayaking rescue sling that is made from a 25mm Nylon tubular webbing that gives it a 10Kn breaking strain. An essential piece of river safety kit, ideal for white water kayakers

Palm Equipment has designed the Snake Sling to be made from 25mm nylon tubular webbing that also incorporates a 10kn breaking strain. The sling has got stitched eyelets on each end and this makes it possible to connect it with a karabiner. It is a great piece of river safety kit as it is so versatile. The small compact size and also the low weight make it possible to carrying in the front pocket of your white water PFD. The snake sling can be used in a variety of manners and the most popular of those is a prussik, a towing sling or an anchor point for river rescues. It is made from a bright red material so it easily stands out from the Saffron coloured Palm Safety Tape

  • General Features:
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  • 4m Long
  • Sewn Eyelet on Each End
  • 10Kn Breaking Strength
  • Highly Visable
  • Compact for storage
  • Versatile for a number of different applciations


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