HF Equipment Swifty

 

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Throwline Belt or Kayaking Rescue Gear

The HF swifty is a waist mounted belt system for carrying a throwbag such as the HF Weasel or the HF compact classic.

This is ideal for the transportation of the HF Range of throwbags. It will help to make it quicker, easier and faster to deploy your throwbag in a urgent rescue situation, and the double ended strap with quick release buckles means that it is usable with either hand.

  • Double ended quick release strap.
  • Large Quick release buckle on main strap for emergency release

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