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Fishing Fighting Belts And Harnesses

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    Featured Color - Blue
    Maxforce XH Harness
    Regular price $ 136.00
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    Maxforce GBR Bucket Harness
    Regular price $ 451.00
    Featured Color - Maxforce 1 Harness
    Maxforce 1 Harness
    Regular price $ 94.00
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    Belt & Harness Drop Straps Kit
    Regular price $ 16.00
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    Spin Strap
    Regular price $ 12.00
    Featured Color - Clarion XL Fighting Belt
    Clarion XL Fighting Belt
    Regular price $ 164.00 Out Of Stock
    Featured Color - Socorro Fighting Belt
    Socorro Fighting Belt
    Regular price $ 142.00
    Featured Color - Alijos Fighting Belt
    Alijos Fighting Belt
    Regular price $ 89.00
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    Arena Fighting Belt
    Regular price $ 64.00
    Featured Color - Gold
    Vallarta XL Fighting Belt
    Regular price $ 191.00
    Featured Color - Black
    Regular price $ 11.00
    AFTCO Fishing Fighting Belts and Harnesses, are equipped with advanced designs and materials offering the ultimate in comfort and quality construction for stand up fishing. Their super-thick, closed-cell EVA foam back pads are engineered to maximize both comfort and leverage in a fighting belt. Co-molded to the foam back pads are heavy-duty, yet lightweight gold-anodized, stamped aluminum front plates. Super durable, they feature posts at each side that accept unique Quick Clips, which snap the belt straps (or optional drop straps) in place for quickly getting into or out of the fighting belt. The belts also feature super strong, molded glass-filled nylon gimbal pockets which are engineered to quickly guide rod butts into an optimum stand up fish-fighting position. The gimbal pocket's stainless steel pin is adjustable for horizontal or vertical orientation on the Clarion and Socorro fishing belts.

    Warning: This product can expose you to chemicals including Diisononyl Phthalate, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information visit