Straight Dock Bumper
Straight Dock Bumper
Crafted from UV-stable acrylic gray canvas stuffed with non-moisture absorbing petroleum based foam for a firm flexible durable cushioning. Each cushion has ventilation grommet openings built into the back of the cushion to evaporate any moisture the from the cushion. All hardware is included. Installation will require a standard drill.
We recommend 1 straight bumper for every 8-10 feet of boat length.
Straight Bumper Dimensions 36" x 6" x 6"
Lightweight; approx 2-3 lbs. per cushion
UV-stable & water resistant canvas material
All hardware is included.
The unique technology of the Montauk Supply Dock Fender is its ability to absorb & diffuse the shock of a collision. The materials used on traditional rubber fenders store high levels of kinetic energy – this is what can cause a greater reaction against your boat.
Our fenders are constructed with softer, high-density foam material, where the kinetic energy from a collision cannot be stored. Because of this, the impact is immediately reduced allowing for a softer, smoother contact with the dock than you would experience with a traditional bumper. Our bumpers keep your boat safe from dock rash so you don't have to worry about repairing your hull.
Our products are constructed from industrial grade, UV-resistant material. This material is extremely tough - it is tear-proof, rip-proof, and weather-proof. The back of each cushion also includes grommet openings. These are to allow for moisture drainage and evaporation. No moldy, soggy mess.
Each dock bumper is stuffed with a moisture-resistant, high-density foam. This foam is strong enough to withstand strong pressure but soft enough to diffuse impact energy. The foam is a solid piece, allowing it to truly hold its shape.
WE ARE THE BEST SOURCE.
Montauk Supply has been providing high-quality dock cushions for over 20 years. We maintain the highest standards for material, construction, and production quality. Cheaper imitation products will quickly tear, rip open, spill filling into the water, and eventually need to be replaced.