Type III First Responder Life Jackets
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KENTType III First Responder Life Jackets

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Product Overview

Kent’s Type III First Responder life jacket provides flexibility and reduced weight for comfortable constant wear for you or your crew.

Featuring soft and lightweight foam, the First Responder life jacket keeps you comfortable and mobile on or around the water. Kent strategically segmented the foam panels inside this jacket and added large armholes for increased mobility. Contoured foam at the lower back shapes to your body and offers lumbar support. Adjustable neoprene shoulder straps help keep your life jacket in place while providing a comfortable and secure fit.

Additional features add needed functionality for first responders and rescue crews. Two large, zippered, front cargo pockets offer extra storage and two fleece-lined pockets warm your hands in cold conditions. The heavy-duty front zipper and two 1” buckles lock this life jacket in place while the hidden encircling belts reduce snags. Finally, SOLAS grade reflective material on the shoulders and back as well as the bright orange coloring increase visibility in dim and stormy conditions.

Key Features

  • Large armholes for increased mobility
  • SOLAS grade reflective material on shoulders and back for enhanced visibility
  • D-ring and lash tab for lanyard attachments
  • Two large, zippered cargo pockets for added storage
  • Two fleece-lined hand warming pockets
  • Adjustable neoprene shoulders for a better fit
  • Heavy-duty zipper and two 1” buckle closures for a securely snug fit
  • Hidden encircling body belts for reduced snags
  • Contoured the foam at the lower back for comfort

Specifications

  • USCG Approval Type: Type III
  • Intended Use: Search and Rescue
  • Buoyancy: 15.55lb.
  • Flotation Material: Lightweight foam
  • Shell Fabric: 200 denier ripstop nylon
  • Closure: Two 1” buckles; heavy-duty zipper

 

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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