Type I Foam Life Jacket, Child under 90lb.
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KENTType I Foam Life Jacket, Child under 90lb.

$59.99

In stock online.
Model # 129874 | Mfg # 10020020000212UPC # 43311088404

Specs

Type I Foam Life Jacket, Child under 90lb.

Name Value
Best Use Day Sailing
Offshore
Coastal
Buoyancy 16 Pounds
Closure Type Buckles
Color Orange
Material Polyester
Size Youth 50-90 Pounds
Type Inherently Buoyant Foam
USCG Type Type I: Offshore
With Harness Without Harness
Warranty Details One Year

Product Overview

Designed to protect in extreme seas, the Kent Type I Foam life jacket for children keeps your kids safe and face up in rough waters!

Type I life jackets are built for extended survival in waters where rescue may be slow. Offering 16 pounds of minimum buoyancy constructed from inherently buoyant foam that won't waterlog. SOLAS grade reflective shoulder patches increase visibility in dim and hazy conditions while the bright orange coloring alerts others of your whereabouts. Adjustable straps provide a snug fit while the design of this life jacket turns most unconscious wearers face up in the water. Not appropriate for continuous wear.

Key Features

  • SOLAS grade reflective patches for increased visibility
  • Large armholes for increased mobility
  • Adjustable belts and tie straps for a snug fit
  • Float collar for extra head support

Specifications

  • USCG Approval Type: Type I
  • Intended Use: Commercial, industrial
  • Buoyancy: 16lbs.
  • Flotation Material: Inherently buoyant foam
  • Shell Fabric: Polyester
  • Straps: 1” webbed; tie-straps at neck and waist
  • Closure: Buckles, snap hooks
  • Warranty: One year

 

More information

For more information on USCG approval types and why you should always wear your life jacket when you are on a boat, see “Think Safe Choose the Right Personal Flotation Device (PFD)”.

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