Anfibio Rescue Line
Lightweight throwbag with traditional rope (core-sheath construction) for improved grip and tear strength in special rescue situations as well as regular personal rescue, material saving, and other guying tasks. 395g
Availability: 6 in stock
Amphibian Rescue Line
The RescueLine is a more powerful version of Anfibio throwbags. The rope, unlike the LifeLine, has a Dyneema core. This makes it heavier, but it also provides a better grip and can be used in technical rescues (with pulleys, HMS and abseiling equipment). Tensile strength is three times that of human holding forces (1150kg).
A throw bag is the most important rescue device for any boater. It’s a must-have for whitewater enthusiasts. Similar to a rope team in the mountains, such safety equipment is your partner’s lifeline. It allows you to reach, tow, and rescue swimmers in the current, especially if they are stuck in a hole or under a low bridge. It is commonly used to protect at difficult steps.
A throw bag, on the other hand, is a multifunctional item. It can be used as a clothesline to dry wet paddling clothes, to wire your tent/tarp, to bear-proof your food, or to store abseiling material. A rope is useful in a variety of situations on any trip.
Please keep in mind that using a throwbag requires practice. There are numerous instructions and even specific courses available on the internet.
Total weigth: 395g
- Bag: Ripstop Nylon, PU/silicone coated,
- Rope: Dyneema (core), Polypropylen (sheath),16 times webbed, 6,5mm diameter
Stretch/Elongation: <3 %
Water absorption: 0%
Minimum Breaking Strength: 11.5 kN (~1150kg)
Characteristics: buoyant, UV-resitant, rot-proof
Design/Production: Anfibio Packrafting Gear, Handmade in Germany!
Anfibio, founded by friends Marc Kreinacker and Sven Schellin, shares a passion for outdoor activities and water sports. Their mutual love for the outdoors led to a lasting friendship, and their interest in packrafting, combining ultralight hiking and paddling, inspired a community of like-minded adventurers. The brand name “Anfibio” reflects their commitment to versatile packrafting and their multifaceted roles as bloggers, specialist dealers, and packraft developers, incorporating Greek alphabet names into their product offerings for a unique touch.
Established in 2011 in Leipzig and Dresden, Anfibio empowers people to embark on land and water adventures while placing a strong emphasis on social and ecological responsibility. They prioritize human rights in their supply chains, advocate for nature protection, and maintain transparency in their actions and future plans. Guided by the United Nations Global Compact's ten principles, Anfibio supports sustainable corporate governance and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.