NRS - NRS Quick-Release SUP Leash

The NRS Quick-Release SUP leash works with rescue and recreational PFDs, allowing paddlers to safely stay connected to the board when necessary and quickly disengage from the leash and board during a bad swim.

  • A stainless steel D-ring at the end of the leash lets you change the attachment hardware depending on your lifevest choice.
  • When wearing a Zen or other rescue PFD, detach the shackle from the leash, hook the carabiner through the D-ring on the leash and the D-ring on the quick-release belt of your lifejacket.
  • To use with Type III life jackets: With the shackle connecting the carabiner and leash, hook the carabiner to an accessible attachment point on your PFD, like a side adjustment strap. If necessary, pull the red ball to disengage the shackle from the carabiner, releasing you from your SUP. The leash will stay connected to the board.
  • Secure the leash to an inflatable SUP with the hook-and-loop closure through a D-ring; includes lanyard to loop through leash plug on rigid SUPs.
  • Two in-line swivels keep the leash from tangling.
  • Coiled section keeps the leash out of your way when paddling but can be stretched to reach 9'.



Length: Stretches to 9'
Weight: 10.6 oz.
  • Quick-release shackle attachment
  • Standard carabiner
  • Lanyard attachment
  • Two in-line swivels prevent tangling
  • Floating polyurethane coiled line

Quick-Release SUP Leash


Securing the leash to a PFD:

  • Unscrew the lock on the carabiner and attach the ‘biner to the D-ring of a rescue PFD or any secure strap on your PFD.

  • Ensure the carabiner won’t detach by twisting the lock until it’s tight.

    Securing the end of the leash to your board:

  • Fully open the hook-and-loop sections on the narrower strap.

  • If the strap is narrow enough to fit through the attachment loop or D-ring on your board, position it at the mid-point of the wide section of

    hook-and-loop and firmly join the section together.

  • If the strap is too wide, attach the included accessory cord loop to the board and firmly secure the loop inside the widest section of hook-and-


    Engaging the quick-release action on the leash:

  • In swiftwater applications, where there is risk of entanglement, detach the carabiner end of the leash from the coiled polyurethane line by pulling on the red ball.

  • The carabiner and quick-release mechanism will stay attached to your person; the coiled leash will stay attached to your board.

  • Re-engage the quick-release action by pulling on the red ball, threading the open shackle back through the D-ring on the leash, closing the

shackle and releasing the ball to secure the pin through the shackle.


This product can expose you to Chloroprene and Carbon Black, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. More about California Proposition 65 »

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