Polyform A Series Buoy A-6 - 34" Diameter - White

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Polyform A Series Buoy A-6 - 34" Diameter - WhiteA-6 WHITE POLYFORM A SERIES BUOY A-6 34" DIAMETER WHITE
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A Series Buoy A-6 - 34" Diameter - White 

The A Series is the product that launched the Polyform story. This all-purpose buoy, with the signature "blue ropehold" has proven itself in the most adverse conditions. Making gear used in heavy seas is no easy task. That's why more fishermen use Polyform A Series than all other buoys combined. You name it - ocean, sea, river or lake - and the A Series has been there. Put your trust in Polyform's most versatile and well-known product.

Features:

  • Even wall thickness for maximum thickness
  • For Boat Size 70'- Up
  • Heavy duty reinforced ropeholds
  • Polyform's unique vinyl valve system
  • Redesigned ropehold for A-1 through A-7 for improved strength and durability
  • Dual valve inflation/deflation system for sizes A-5, A-6 & A-7
  • Excellent rafting fender choice
  • Offered in 18 brilliant, high-visibility colors
  • Size: 34" x 44"
  • Eye Diameter: 1.5 in
  • Circumference: 106.9 in
  • Buoyancy Ratings: 792 lbs
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