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O'NEILLWater Sports Life Jacket Youth 50-90lb.


In stock online.
Model # 10224905 | Mfg # 3794-U05-1SZUPC # 603731923626


Water Sports Life Jacket Youth 50-90lb.

Name Value
Best Use Watersports
Buoyancy 15.5 Pounds
Closure Type Zipper
Quick-Release Buckles
Color Red/Gray
Material Neoprene
Size Youth 50-90 Pounds
Type Inherently Buoyant Foam
USCG Type Type III: Flotation Aids
With Harness Without Harness
Warranty Details One Year

Product Overview

Equip your kids with quality life jackets they will want to wear.

You want the best for your kids, especially when it comes to their safety. O’Neill’s youth line of United States Coast Guard (USCG) Approved life jackets ensures your kids are safe yet comfortable for a day on the water.

If your kids feel miserable and restricted due to cumbersome life jackets, they may be more inclined to take them off. Life jackets only work when they are worn. That’s why ensuring your kid’s life jackets are comfortable is a safety feature in itself. But don’t let the comfortable, lightweight features fool you—the closed cell PVC Marine grade foam is lightweight yet strong and won't deteriorate after taking a beating. This allows for a flexible, multi-density design that adds minimal bulk to each vest. Keeping your kids happy and afloat!

Key features

  • Flexible multi-density design
  • Minimal bulk design
  • Overlock stitching for super strong seams
  • Strategic armhole size for improved mobility
  • Mesh for drainage
  • Durable exterior
  • Concealed dual-belt system keeps straps out of the way


  • USCG Approval Type: Type III
  • Intended Use: Watersports
  • Size: Youth, 50-90lbs.
  • Buoyancy: 15.5lb.
  • Flotation Material: Closed-cell PVC marine foam
  • Shell Fabric: Lightweight fluid foam neoprene shell
  • Closure: Heavy-duty front zipper and zipper safety tab
  • Straps: Two webbing straps with quick-release safety buckles
  • 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)”.

 WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.


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