Quick Release Belt [Standard]

Quick Release Belt [Standard]

Brand:Panda Board Sports
Product Code:panda-qr-belt-standard
Availability:In Stock
  • £16.99

Panda Board Sports Quick Release Belt

A Quick Release belt for use with your current SUP ankle leash.

This simple and effective Quick Release System is essential for SUP on any inland waters.

50mm Waist belt attachment for raising your leash out of the water and away from any potential drag risks. This belt fits snuggly and comfortably around your waist, and the cuff from your existing leash simply fits through the loop at the back of the belt. Features a hard wearing quick release clip with pull toggle at the front for emergency release should you need it. Stitched with saltwater resistant bonded 40 industrial nylon thread for peace of mind.

The SUP Belt is available in 3 variations.

The Junior has a 38mm width in the belt and has a premium nexus buckle, and Hi visibility stripping. These are best suited to those with a smaller frame, small adults and teenagers.

The STANDARD has a slightly broader belt strap at 50mm. This again has the premium Nexus buckle and is our best selling belt, fitting most adults, and older teenagers. These are the ones that most SUP schools and SUP clubs buy. The Hi Viz, as you might expect, has an extra Hi Vis strip along the length of the belt. The width is still 50mm, same as the standard, and also has a premium NEXUS buckle.

The Junior is for waists < 34 inches

The Standard is for waists <42 inches

The Extra is waists up to 50 inches


  • 38mm or 50mm Nexus Cam Lock Buckle for Quick Release
  • 50 inch Nylon Belt Strap (40 inch on Junior)
  • 250mm centre loop for attaching ankle leash cuff
  • Stitched with industrial 40 bonded nylon thread
  • Water proof and salt water proof. Will not rot
  • Will self release at around 12lbs of water pressure

IN AN EMERGENCY : simply pull the yellow toggle and the belt will release instantly, freeing you from any entanglement danger

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