SNX Blue Wave NW155 3 Wall Bags for Above Ground Pool Cover 12 P5779453SNX-NW155-3 Blue Wave NW155 3 Wall Bags for Above Ground Pool Cover 12 Manufacturer Part Number: NW155-3 5779453 00672875800292 3.00lbs 5.00 7.00 13.00
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Blue Wave NW155-3 Wall Bags for Above Ground Pool Cover - 12

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Manufacturer Part Number: NW155-3

Wall Bags for Above Ground Pool Cover


  • Heavy 16 gauge vinyl construction
  • Halkey Roberts no leak valves
  • Easily fill with garden hose
  • Rugged grommets to fasten to cover cable
  • Place every 2-3 feet for maximum hold
  • For use with above ground pool winter covers


These handy wall bags help hold your cover down in high winds and protect it from wind whip and damage. Our bags are made of heavy-gauge vinyl and are easily filled with water using a garden hose. They are designed to lie on top of the cover around the inside perimeter of your pool. Rugged grommets on top of each bag allow you to fasten them to your cover's cable. Use one wall bag every 2-3 feet. Anchor your winter cover this year with wall bags!

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