A versitle, wire snap-gate carabiner for rescue or leashing
Wire snap gateRated to 22KN
The 58K is a versatile compass that's ideal for sea kayaking. This kayak compass is easy to secure and remove from your boat. This is the number one choice for paddlers who have more than one boat. The main compass unit incorporates a flat bottom and then features 4 bungee cord straps. The flat base ensures it will sit perfectly on the deck of most boats while the bungee straps make it easy to secure to your kayak deck lines. On the globe there is then a small yellow marker line that will help you to track your bearings more efficiently.
The Whetman Equipment Kraken, a stainless steel carabiner that is ideal for sea kayak towlines. This is a kayaking carabiner, it does not have any technical rating for climbing and mountaineering.
The Whetman Rigger Rescue Lock knife is perfect for adding into any kayaking safety kit. This kayak rescue knife features an ergonomic handle, a locking blade and also an eyelet that is perfect for a safety lanyard.
The Whetman Equipment ring pull prussik is a perfect addition to any kayak safety kit. This prussik loop is ideal for a fast and easy way of gripping a rope to assist in a rescue situation.
The Whetman Equipment River Bean is a three metre towline with a Kraken stainless snag free karabiner, shockcord & floating 6mm rope, compact water pouch, 40mm belt & quick release cam buckle.
The Whetman Equipment River Rat is a small and compact 12m kayak throw bag. This kayak throw line is ideal for whitewater kayaking, where you just want a short length of rope for close reach work. The River Rat is also ideal for use in other sports such as Ghyll Scrambling and Gorge Walking.
The Whetman Equipment TigerTail comprises of a Bait Ring sewn into a 2m length of webbing with a breaking strength of 10kN. The Bait Ring is securely sewn in, and there is another loop sewn in at the remaining end, through which a Karabiner can be attached. The Lion Tail can be securely stowed in a PFD pocket if not required.
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