Fender Holster will hold your fenders in place on the dock providing your boat the best defense against “bumps and bruises” by allowing you to precisely position your fenders at points on the dock where dock and boat might connect.
The Fender Holster is secured in place either on top or on the side of the dock by stainless steel screws drilled through 4 Nickle plated grommets.
The fender is (horizontally) locked into the holster using rugged adjustable polyester straps at either end of the holster and 2 heavy duty side releasing buckles. These will not move once in place.
Standard fenders are tied in place by rope which allows for movement along the dock. And movement when the fender and boat make contact.
Your Fender Holster eliminates this give. Once your boating season ends, simply remove your fender, roll the fabric up and snap in place using the stainless-steel snaps evenly placed between the grommets.
The fender holster utilizes a high denier yarn to create a heavy fabric designed for industrial applications. The solution-dyed polyester with a fluorocarbon finish is water repellant. The fabric provides superior strength, abrasion resistance, dimension stability and UV resistance. Due to the weave and finish, it is mildew resistant and does not noticeably shrink, stretch or sag. The outer layer of the Fender Holster is made from an extremely durable and protective plush polyester fabric. The soft material is intended for use against gel coat and other hard coated surfaces. It will not scratch your boat.
Premium materials and fabric ensures the durability and longevity of the Fender Holster.
The Fender Sling is specifically designed to hold your fenders in place on the dock. It ‘s the better alternative to typical rope tied fenders. Constructed from webbing of the highest quality and strength, the Fender Sling enables you to position your fenders on the dock exactly where you want them, without the need for ropes and cleats. Simply drill in place on the top or side of the dock with the screws provided and attach the fender to the sling.