If you own a Talon, you probably aren't sure how you ever fished without this superior shallow water anchor. The simplicity of tapping a button to remain in your chosen spot is invaluable. Protect your anchoring system with a trailerable cover designed to preserve the finish while helping to guarantee years of usability. CoversDirect® offers a cover for 8, 10, and 12 feet Talons complete with an attached strap system with heavy-duty buckle for easy installation (size based on deployment depth). Available highly water repellent material options include 8 oz. Performance Poly-Guard, 7 oz. Sun-DURA, and 9.25 oz. Sunbrella Acrylic.
Please Note: Cover is intended for storage only
Sun-DURA® is a 100% marine grade polyester fabric which is made in the USA. This material was specifically developed to provide superior water repellency and UV resistance, and it is a Carver Industries exclusive. Sun-Dura™ is our most popular boat cover material, and because it is so water repellent, it makes a great choice for areas which receive a lot of rain. It is also a solution dyed material, which means that its dye is inherent to the cover's fibers, causing it to be exceptionally fade resistant. Sun-DURA® weighs 7 oz per yard, and has a 7 year warranty. Made in USA and Imported.
Sunbrella® / Outdura® Fabric
Premium 100% Solution Dyed Marine Acrylic 9.25 oz. Fabric utilizing either Sunbrella® or Outdura®. Both fabric brands are considered to be industry leading solutions for the marine industry with competitive quality, performance and value. Both are highly UV and mildew resistant, providing excellent resistance to fading and rot, excellent (top of the line) sun blockage, breathability, and water repellency. We reserve the right to provide either fabric due to Covid related fabric outages. Sunbrella® is Made in the USA and imported. Outdura® is Made in USA. (10 Year Limited Warranty on Sunbrella® and Outdura®)
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