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Kayak Deck Line

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SGT KNOTS Polyester Kayak Deck Line is a top quality braided static cord designed as a stable and strong perimeter line for any style kayak. The durable polyester sheath is resistant to all the elements you will encounter on your kayak adventures: moisture penetration, abrasion, extreme weather, and UV ray degradation. The cabled inner core features a blend of nylon, polyester, and aramid fibers, providing the strengths of all three materials in one strong package. Perimeter lines are a crucial part of any kayak setup, giving you a stable and easy to grip handhold in case of an emergency capsize.

Product Features:

  • Double Braided Polyester Sheath
  • Tire Cord Inner Core.
  • Available in 25 feet, 50 feet, 100 feet, and 300 feet.
  • Diameter: 4mm (3/16 inch).

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