Dock Edging

Boaters love our dock edging to keep their boat and dock protected. Easy to install, including corners, our dock rub rails are tough and made from a high-quality rubber that won't scratch or mar your boat's gelcoat. Shop our collection and keep your boat from taking on any damage.

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Take Dock Protection to the Edge!

Designed to withstand the rigors of a marine environment, Lippert’s selection of dock edging offers boaters protection against docking damage, season after season. Even the most seasoned sailor hits the dock from time to time, protect your vessel from the unexpected with our shock-absorbing dock rub rails. With both industrial and commercial strength options available, we outfit busy marinas, public lands and private docks with edge bumpers that won’t chip or crack under normal usage.

Easy to install with screws or nails, our dock edging features a tough inner core surrounded by soft, double molded vinyl that won’t transfer to your boat. Plus, our dock rub rails are made with 85% recycled materials, making them the sustainable choice for protecting your boat’s gel coat.

As with all Taylor Made products, our dock edging exhibits unmatched quality. Designed to perform through innovative and thoughtful engineering, the attention to detail and materials used make our edge bumpers a must for your dock.

Take hull protection to the edge with premium dock edging by Taylor Made!


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