Polyform G-4 Twin Eye Fenders

Polyform G-4 Twin Eye Fenders


The Polyform G-4 Twin Eye Fender features ribs for extra strength, inflation valves for larger sizes, and reinforced ropehold area for long term durability.l


  • Even Wall Thickness For Maximum Strength
  • Molded In Ribs For Strength And Abrasion Resistance
  • Reinforced Ropeholds
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 We also put a little fun into fenders by offering the G-Series in 14 colors. Now, all competitive products are judged by the standard we set.


  • Designed for use by trailered boats and permanent protected moorings
  • Offered in 14 colors to suit any vessel: Black, white, gray, classic red, burgundy, sand, forest green, teal, blue, cobalt, navy, purple, yellow and orange
  • Unique Polyform valve for years of service.
  • Size: 6.5 x 23 in
  • Eye Diameter: 3/4 in
  • Circumference: 20.4 in
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    Polyform G-4 Twin Eye Fenders G-4-BLUEWO G-4 Twin Eye Fender, 6.5 x 23, Blue
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    Polyform G-4 Twin Eye Fender 6.5 x 23 White G-4-WHITEWO G-4 Twin Eye Fender, 6.5 x 23, White
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    Polyform G-4 Twin Eye Fender 6.5 x 23 - Black G-4-BLACKWO G-4 Twin Eye Fender, 6.5 x 23, Black
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