Secure Your Boat
★ Double-braided construction means that the inner core and covering sheath are both braided -- giving you twice the strength and holding power.
★The nylon material stretches and absorbs shock when surging, reducing impact loading on the cleats.
★Damage-resistant fibers stand up to direct sunlight, saltwater environments, and inclement weather.
Why You'll Love It
★There's a lot of different materials used to create dock lines, but nothing beats nylon. It has a strength-to-size ratio that can't be outdone.
★The double-braided construction is more durable and easier on your hands than the standard three-strand lines. It's perfect for securing a wide variety of small watercraft: bass boats, bowriders, fishing boats, cruisers, kayaks, dinghy's, jet boats, pontoons, utility boats, and even some small cabin boats.
How to Choose Dock Lines?
★How thick? Your boat length will determine how thick a rope you need.
Boats up to 25’ require ⅜” diameter rope.
Boats up to 35’ require ½” diameter rope.
★Note: You don’t want to go thicker than you need. A thicker line is harder to handle, more difficult to the coil, and takes up more space in the locker. Also, as you go thicker, you lose some of the stretch -- the longer and thinner the line, the greater the stretch.
★Make sure that your line will fit comfortably on your cleats.
6” cleats (from tip to tip) can hold ⅜” diameter rope.
8” cleats (from tip to tip) can hold 1⁄2” diameter rope.
★Note: If your line has an unnecessarily large diameter and you want to tie two lines to one cleat, you might not be able to tie a proper cleat hitch because one line already takes up too much of that cleat. In extreme cases, larger lines can actually unwind themselves on smaller cleats.
What you will get :
✅ 4 x Dock Lines