520-14

Edson One-Step Boarding Step

Edson One-Step Boarding Step

Description

The Edson One-Step Boarding Step makes getting onboard safer and easier.

Features

  • Strong, Lightweight Cast Aluminum Construction
  • Durable, Glossy White Baked-On Urethane Coating
  • Neoprene Bumpers To Protect Boats Topsides
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Cast in aluminum and coated with durable, glossy-white baked-on Urethane coating, this Step is designed to attach to your lifeline gate stanchions and hang against the side of your boat. It has neoprene bumpers that won't mar your topsides, and the built-in handles give you a secure handhold. The Boarding Step is lightweight and compact, taking up minimal space in locker compared to cumbersome ladders. Comes complete with 6 ft. of braided line with stainless snap shackles. Wt. 5 lb (2.3 kg).

 

  • Non-Skid on Step for secure footing
  • Built-in handles provide a secure handhold
  • Complete with two 6' double-braid dacron lines with becket eye splices and stainless snap shackles to attach to lifeline gate or stanchions

 

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Edson One-Step Boarding Step 520-14 One-Step Boarding Step With Line
$289.00
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