Whetman Equipment Deck Tape 4m

 

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Kayak Tow Line or Kayaking Tow Lines

The Whetman Equipment deck tape is a simple and effective kayak tow line that's perfect for use with sit on top kayaks and stand up paddle boards This measures 4m in length and has a quick release system at both ends.

Steve Whetman, founder of Whetman Equipment has designed this kayak towline to be very easy and simple to use. It features a 4m length of webbing and is easily secured to the large moulded in handles on your sit on top kayak. In the event that you need to separate the towing kayak from the kayak being towed, this is easily achieved by "quick releasing"

  • General Features
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  • Ideal for use with Sit On Top Kayaks
  • Ideal for use with Stand Up Paddle Boards
  • Length - 4m
  • Tape - 25mm
  • Floating Tape
  • Quick release on each end
  • Comes with a mesh storage bag
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