RockGARD

Protection for your boating investment!

Why spend thousands on a water craft and leave it unprotected?

RockGARD is a new, patented trailer guard that protects the part of your boat that often gets forgotten about when traveling – the vulnerable hull.

What’s protecting the hull from:

  • Gravel
  • Rocks
  • And other debris that flies up from the highway or back roads we’re following to the lake?

Until now, there was nothing to protect the exposed underside of your vessel.

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RockGARD is:

  • Easily washable
  • Durable
  • Easy to install and remove for safe access when launching your boat
  • Available in many colours
  • Available in 9 sizes
  • A smart and stylish accessory for your boat.

Click here for mounting instructions

Don’t throw your hard-earned cash away on costly travel damage – find out how you can install RockGARD today!

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Testimonials

I saw 3 boats from Edmonton (where Roswell is) this summer, all with the rockguard installed – a MasterCraft, a Tige, and a Centurion. Owners say they’re real easy to mount and do the job. I didn’t ask how much. – NeilM

RockGard is what you want.. made in Edmonton… Met a guy out in BC last year from way north of Edmonton with an ’02 X-star and this installed. He says it works great. – Dark Star

I saw the roswell one on a trailer over the summer and it had a nice fit, wrap around with the boat profile rather than that big wing on it. – Doug G

I am very pleased with the over all protection the GARD’s have giving my boat while its being on the move. I have traveled approximately 10,000 km with my boat this past summer with many of those on gravel roads with not so much as a chip. So kudos to RockGARD!! Thanks Again! – Shawn Fercho

Great product – not a mark on the boat that wasn’t there before the 28 hour return trip, we encountered lots of roadwork – gravel uneven surfaces, no paved shoulder and best of all, no chips, dings or rash of any sort. – Scott Compton