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Polyform Twin Eye Fenders

Polyform Twin Eye Fenders

Description

The Polyform Twin Eye Fenders for G-series buoys feature reinforced rope hold areas for long term durability.

Features

  • Even wall thickness for maximum strength
  • Molded in ribs for strength and abrasion resistance
  • Designed for use by trailered boats and permanent protected moorings
List Price
$13.99
Your Price
$10.79
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Polyform's G-Series fender has raised the bar for quality and appearance in utility fenders. Subscribing to the philosophy that quality does not have to cost more, we include ribs for extra strength, inflation valves for larger sizes and reinforced ropehold area for long term durability. 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.

Features:

  • Reinforced ropeholds 
  • 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: 3.5 x 13 in
  • Eye Diameter: 3/8 in
  • Circumference: 11 in
  • Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-1-BLACK G-1 twin eye fender, 3.5 x 13, black
    $10.79
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    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-1-BLUE G-1 twin eye fender, 3.5 x 13, blue
    $10.79
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    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-1-WHITE G-1 twin eye fender, 3.5 x 13, white
    $10.79
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    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-2-BLACK G-2 twin eye fender, 4.5 x 16, black
    $12.60
    In Stock
    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-2-BLUE G-2 twin eye fender, 4.5 x 16, blue
    $12.60
    In Stock
    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-2-WHITE G-2 twin eye fender, 4.5 x 16, white
    $12.60
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    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-3-BLACK G-3 twin eye fender with air adapter , 5.5 x 20, black
    $15.04
    In Stock
    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-3-BLUE G-3 twin eye fender with air adapter , 5.5 x 20, blue
    $15.04
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    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-3-WHITE G-3 twin eye fender with air adapter , 5.5 x 20, white
    $15.04
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    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-4-BLACK G-4 twin eye fender with air adapter , 6.5 x 23, black
    $22.56
    In Stock
    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-4-BLUE G-4 twin eye fender with air adapter , 6.5 x 23, blue
    $22.56
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    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-4-WHITE G-4 twin eye fender with air adapter , 6.5 x 23, white
    $22.56
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    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-5-BLACK G-5 twin eye fender with air adapter , 8.5 x 27, black
    $43.20
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    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-5-BLUE G-5 twin eye fender with air adapter , 8.5 x 27, blue
    $43.20
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    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-5-WHITE G-5 twin eye fender with air adapter , 8.5 x 27, white
    $43.20
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    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-6-BLACK G-6 twin eye fender with air adapter , 10.5 x 30, black
    $56.89
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    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-6-BLUE G-6 twin eye fender with air adapter , 10.5 x 30, blue
    $56.89
    In Stock
    Polyform Twin Eye Fenders G-6-WHITE G-6 twin eye fender with air adapter , 10.5 x 30, white
    $56.89
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