Slammer Fender easy add-on sale for dock and lift installers

Slammer Fender

Nov 30, 2021

The Slammer Integrated Dock Fender is the ideal add-on sale when installing or servicing a dock or boat lift. Owners quickly understand how it will protect their investments and because it’s fast and easy to mount, it’s highly profitable.

From the boat owner’s perspective, the NMMA Innovation Award-winning Slammer Integrated Dock Fender makes the entire docking process easier. Deploying and retrieving fenders is a thing of the past, as is that awful feeling after hitting the dock too hard. These two substantial benefits typically sell the entire system.

Made in the USA, the Slammer Integrated Dock Fender consists of a 40″ HDPE polymer track that’s screwed horizontally to a dock or vertically to a pile. The lightweight fender is made from a replaceable UV- and abrasion-resistant PVC fabric that surrounds an impact-absorbing, waterproof foam core. Using the integrated bolt ropes, the fender slides onto the track. Because it’s easily removed for seasonal storage, maintenance contracts can increase ongoing revenue.

The Slammer Integrated Dock Fender system is incredibly durable; it’s been proven at marinas and fuel docks for 10 years. When installed on a private dock, it’s warrantied for four years.

Slammer fenders are available in 40″, 80″, 120″ and custom lengths. They come in a choice of Marine Blue, Ocean White, Orca Black and Shark Gray that’ll match any outdoor living area décor and make selling the system easy.

Installing the Slammer Integrated Dock Fender is simple; it requires only a power drill and a level. A video of the process is at

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