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Fortress Marine Anchor Stowaway Bags

Fortress Marine Anchor Stowaway Bags

Description

The Fortress Stowaway Bags store anchors, shackles, and wrenches and are built to last in the rugged marine environment.

Features

  • Made from CORDURA fabric
  • Includes spare clips & wrenches
  • Designed for Fortress and Guardian anchors
List Price
$78.50
Your Price
$65.42
In Stock

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Details

Fortress Stowaway Bags offer portability for Fortress Marine Anchors in rugged marine environments. The bag closure and straps which can serve as carrying handles are made of high strength, extra wide Velcro. Storing procedures and diagrams are conveniently sewn into the bag to provide a walk-through of anchor assembly and bag-packing procedures. The bag securely holds the anchor, chain, shackles, and wrenches, and includes spare clips and wrenches. 

What's Included:
  • (1) Stowaway Bag
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Fortress Marine Anchor Stowaway Bags SFX-7 Fortress marine anchor stowaway bag for FX-7, 25 inches
$65.42
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Fortress Anchor Stowaway Bags SFX-11 Fortress marine anchor stowaway bag for FX-11, 28 inches
$70.62
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Fortress Anchor Stowaway Bags SFX-16 Fortress marine anchor stowaway bag for FX-11, 32 inches
$75.43
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Fortress Anchor Stowaway Bags SFX-23 Fortress marine anchor stowaway bag for FX-23, 37 inches
$96.29
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Fortress Anchor Stowaway Bags SFX-37 Fortress marine anchor stowaway bag for FX-37, 42 inches
$99.91
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Fortress Anchor Stowaway Bags SFX-55 Fortress marine anchor stowaway bag for FX-55, 47 inches
$141.20
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Fortress Anchor Stowaway Bags SFX-85 Fortress marine anchor stowaway bag for FX-85, 52 inches
$174.76
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Fortress Anchor Stowaway Bags SFX-125 Fortress marine anchor stowaway bag for FX-125, 57 inches
$183.64
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