NRS Solid Gate Paddle Carabiner

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When you're coasting with the current or docking for a little break, fix your paddles to your vessel with the NRS® solid gate paddle carabiner. It's designed to fit around most paddle shafts. Please note this carabiner is not intended for climbing or rescue applications.

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  • Not intended for climbing or rescue applications; not CE approved
  • Solid gate carabiner
  • Fits around most paddle shafts
  • Dimensions: 4.5 x 2.875 inches (length x width)
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Gate Opening: 1.75 inches

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Nice large carabiner

By Baiba

from Portland, OR

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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  • Easy To Attach
  • Improves Kayak Function
  • Large Gate Opening


    Best Uses

    • Day Trips
    • Recreational Paddlers
    • Touring

    Comments about NORTHWEST RIVER SUPPLIES NRS Solid Gate Paddle Carabiner:

    I bought 4 of these carabiners after watching my kids repeatedly drop their paddles in a lake while lazily floating around. The 'biners are huge and the gate is wide, so they fit over my paddles with no problem.

    In addition to their intended purpose, I wanted to use them to hook over my car roof rack rails for quickly tying down the kayaks. The carabiners clearly state "no load bearing," but they appear to be very well made with quality materials, and I was curious whether there was any real risk when using them for this, I hung one of the carabiners from a climbing rope and used a climbing sling to put my full 220 lbs on the 'biner. It definitely "stretched" a bit, but the gate stayed closed and it popped back into its original shape when I removed my weight. By my calculation, that means it can take at least 1kN of force, which is many times the force that would be put on it if I slammed on my van brakes at highway speed with the kayak tied down on top. It's ***definitely*** not for climbing, however.

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