Endless River Rubber Mast Foot and River Bond

 

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Canoe Sailing Mast Foot

The Endless River Mast Foot is designed to be used in conjunction with a Sailing Thwart, and will help hold a mast in place, when secured with the River Bond provided.

The Mast Foot is made from rubber, with a 5cm funnel shaped tube on a flexible base.

Fitting Instructions: Using glass paper, lightly roughen then clean the base of the Mast Foot and the surface of the boat where the Mast Foot is to be positioned and follow the instructions on the River Bond.

  • Rubber Mast Foot
  • River Bond Adhesive

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