Fortress Guardian Stowaway Bags

Fortress Guardian Stowaway Bags


The Fortress Guardian Stowaway Bag holds everything you need to quickly deploy your Fortress or Guardian anchor.


  • Custom Designed For All Fortress And Guardian Anchors
  • Made From Top Quality, Rugged Ballistic Cordura
  • Securely Holds Everything: Anchor, 6 ft Chain, Shackles, And Wrenches
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The Stowaway bags are built to last in the rugged marine environment. The bag closure as well as the straps (which serve as convenient carrying handles) are high strength, extra wide Velcro. Inside each bag are pouches to hold the correct size wrenches (included) and even a spare fluke clip, bolt and nut (also included). Easy to understand diagrams are sewn into the bag to take you through anchor assembly and bag-packing procedures.

  • Includes spare clips and wrenches


  • Overall Length: 23" (58cm)
  • Wrenches (2): 3/8" (10mm)
  • Spare Clip/Bolt/Nut: 1
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