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Our U.S. Coast Guard approved Life Ring Buoy is a must-have for recreational or commercial use. Don’t leave the dock without it!
Constructed with a durable, vinyl-coated nylon skin over a urethane foam core, this Ring Buoy will last season after season. The grab line passes through the webbing straps around the buoy for a secure hold. They store easily when not in use or display them on your boat for easy access in an emergency.
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