Polyform HTM-4 Hole Through Middle Fenders

Polyform HTM-4 Hole Through Middle Fenders


The Polyform HTM-4 Hole Through Middle Fenders were designed to provide maximum protection in a wide variety of applications.


  • Even Wall Thickness For Maximum Strength
  • Molded In Ribs For Strength And Abrasion Resistance
  • Reinforced Tube Ends
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Vertical ribs for extra protection, reinforced tube ends to prevent lines from being pulled through if the fender gets caught in a tight spot, and extra wall thickness to resist punctures and tears are just a few of the features this high quality fender has to offer. Like our G-Series, this style fender is available in fourteen colors, ready to beautify as well as protect your boat.


  • Designed for use in medium duty applications in both permanent protected and unprotected 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: 12 x 34 in
  • Tube Diameter: 5/8 in
  • Circumference: 37.7 in
  • Buoyancy Ratings: 145 lbs
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    Polyform HTM-4 Hole Through Middle Fenders HTM-4-BLUEWO HTM-4 Hole Through Middle Fender, 12 x 34, Blue
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    Polyform HTM-4 Hole Through Middle Fender 12 x 34 - White HTM-4-WHITEWO HTM-4 Hole Through Middle Fender, 12 x 34, White
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    Polyform HTM-4 Hole Through Middle Fender 12 x 34 - Black HTM-4-BLACKWO HTM-4 Hole Through Middle Fender, 12 x 34, Black
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