10 Best Boat Fenders

Starting off our list at number 10, the MSC Vinyl Ribbed come as a set of two including lines and have a smartly designed valve system that make them easy to inflate with the free included hand pump. While they aren’t the most durable of options, they are affordable and feature molded to ribs. They’ve got an even wall thickness throughout and sturdy rope holds. However, they do require periodic reinflating.

At number 9, once a Kwik Tek Hull Hurg 1CB is secured against your own boat, you can count on it staying that even in heavy swells; that’s because it’s lay-flat design means it can’t roll up or out of place like traditional round fenders, making it ideal for areas with big tide changes. It’s equipped with a rip-proof marine grade cover and is easy to stow in a locker, but it may scratch gelcoats.

Coming in at number 8 in our list, The Taylor Made Low Freeboard has an interesting design specifically made to protect gunwales and rub rails from being damaged by docks. Its shape also helps it to stay in place as it practically hooks onto a boat’s side and prevents it from rolling. It’s a smart choice for use with high docks and does a good job of absolving impacts. However, it’s only available in two sizes. Our newest choices can only be seen at wiki.ezvid.com. Go there now and search for boat fenders, or simply click beneath this video.

At number 7, the Taylor Made Super Gard is available in a range of colors to match any boat’s paint job, all of which have black, double-molded ends that are extra tough and hide rope damage to keep them looking nice. You can choose from four sizes for boats from 15 to 50 feet. It comes with a standard sports needle valve and is manufactured in the USA. It’s durable enough to last for years.

Moving up our list at number 6, if you have a small PWC, you may think there aren’t any protective items available for you, but you would be wrong. The Hull Hugr P1B features a hinge in the center that allows it to hug your watercraft so it can safely dock in areas intended for bigger boats. It hooks securely under the rub rail and you can adjust the strap length. It’s affordable but still very effective.

Off up our list at number 5, the Extreme Max BoatTector value pack comes with two 22-inch vinyl units and rugged lines to secure them in place. For a smaller vessel that measures under 25 feet in length, this set might be all you need to save it from damage. It feature high strength molded-in eyelets, UV-resistant bodies and a two year warranty.

At number 4, your Polyform G Series will arrive ready to use right out of the box, so you don’t have to worry about trying to find the optimal inflation level. Its skin is made from an abrasion and puncture-resistant material to last for a long time and keep your boat protected. It’s suitable for permanent moorings and spots a high gloss exterior finish. It’s available in 11 colors.

Nearing the top of our list at number 3, the made-in-America Taylor Made Big B is a center tube model that can accommodate ropes up to 3/4 of an inch in diameter. It’s available in four sizes to suit vessels from 20 to 60 feet, and is guaranteed for the life of your boat not to pop or split. It won’t deteriorate from sun exposure and doesn’t get hard in cold weather. It’s equipped with molded ribs to reduce rolling. Our newest choices can only be seen at wiki.ezvid.com. Go there now and search for boat fenders, or simply click beneath this video.

At number 2, the Polyform HTM Series have a hole-through-the-middle design that many boaters find more convenient. It allows them to easily be hung in either orientation without having to deal with two separate ropes, plus there won’t be a whip left hanging when vertical. They feature sturdy reinforced ends, high puncture resistance and ship pre-inflated.

And taking the top spot on our list, The Norestar Ribbed two-pack comes with the lines you’ll need to secure these tough units to your dock, boat, or trailer. They have a non-abrasive finish that won’t damage a gelcoat no matter how much it rub up against it, so your vessel stays looking like new. They’re made from marine-grade vinyl and are good for vertical or horizontal hanging. They can be reinflated as needed. Our newest choices can only be seen at wiki.ezvid.com. Go there now and search for boat fenders, or simply click beneath this video.