AIRHEAD Anchor Bungee Lite

AIRHEAD Anchor Bungee Lite


The AIRHEAD Anchor Bungee Lite is a bright red and yellow 16 strand 2500 lb tensile strength rope that is easy to spot and constructed of polypropylene so it floats.


  • Heavy Duty Zinc Plated Shackle and Snap Hook
  • Increases Holding Power by Flexing to Relieve Stress
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AIRHEAD Anchor Bungee enables you to tether your boat offshore, away from a beach or rocky shoreline without having to swim or use a dinghy! Connect an anchor to your boat with the high tensile strength Anchor Bungee and set the anchor offshore. A heavy duty zinc plated shackle and snap hook are provided for attaching the Anchor Bungee to your anchor and boat. Tie a line to the stern to pull the boat into the shore to unload your group. Simply secure the end of the rope to a stake onshore and release the rope; Anchor Bungee will pull the boat away from shore into safe waters! Anchor Bungee flexes to relieve stress on the anchor, increasing its holding power. Use it once and you'll wonder how you ever lived without one!

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