Standard Rescue Throw Bag 75FT


Standard Rescue Throw Bag 75FT

Standard Rescue Throw Bag 75FT

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NRS NFPA Rope Rescue Throw Bag - The NFPA Rope Rescue throw bag from NRS is the ideal choice for the rescue professional, or any boater looking for a bag with extra-strong rope that's easy to grasp and hold onto. The 3/8-inch Sterling Grabline rope is NFPA 1983,2012 certified. It has a tensile strength of 3,282 lbs. and the sheath has a raised pattern for excellent gripability. The rope also floats for good visibility on the water. The rugged Cordura bag is highly visible for easy location on the water. Internal foam flotation keeps the bag on the top of the water where you need it for rescue. A wide mesh panel in the bag facilitates drainage and reduced dry time. Two reflective bands and an elastic holster for a glow stick, or chem light enhance visibility in low-light rescues. A barrel-lock drawstring is incorporated in a flared nylon top for smoother throws, plus easy reloading and closure. 1-inch webbing with side-release buckle secures the top rope loop and lets you attach the bag to D-rings, boat frames, etc. A polyethylene-sheathed grab loop makes it super quick and easy to hook on a carabiner. Have what you need when it counts with the NRS NFPA Rope Rescue throw bag.


  • Floating Sterling Grabline polypropylene rope
  • Tread-like sheath pattern gives rescuer & swimmer extra gripping power
  • Cordura stuff bag with mesh ventilation panel
  • Internal foam flotation
  • Dual reflective bands
  • Glow stick webbing loop holster
  • 1-in webbing with side-release buckle
  • Barrel-lock drawstring closure
  • Polyethylene-sheathed grab loop


  • Rope Material: Floating Polypropylene
  • Rope Length: 75' 
  • Rope Diameter: 3/8"
  • Rated Strength: 3282 lbs.(14.16 kN)
  • Bag Material: Cordura
  • Mesh Panel Height: 2"
  • Stuffed Dimensions: 13" x 6" x 6"
  • Weight: 2.7
  • Certification: NFPS 1983, 2012
  • Product #: 45104.01.100

*Rope knots reduce tensile strength. for this reason, no claim is made regarding a rescue bag's strength. Maximum load indicated is for the rope alone.


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