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STEARNSManual Inflatable Life Jacket Belt

$99.99

In stock online.
Model # 15725591 | Mfg # 2000013883UPC # 44411006282

Specs

Manual Inflatable Life Jacket Belt

Name Value
Size Adult
Type Manual
Color Blue/Gray
Best Use Paddleboarding
Buoyancy 22.5 Pounds
Closure Type Buckles
Material Nylon
With Harness Without Harness

Product Overview

Not for sale online in California.

The Manual Inflatable Life Jacket from Stearns will not only keep you safe, but is also a great place to store your gear when you’re on the water!

Manual Inflatable Life Jacket Belt Packs offer a low-profile, slim design that provides maximum comfort and maneuverability during all your water activities. This life jacket’s easy-on belt design leaves your upper body completely unrestricted and features a manual, pull-cord for inflation that is easy to use. A clear, arming status window allows you to easily check when your life jacket is armed and ready to use. A zippered pocket and triangular accessory clip allow you to easily store your gear. It provides 22.5 pounds of buoyancy with its initial 16g CO2 charge, yet the wearer can provide additional buoyancy by using the oral inflation tube. A patented L-Tab™ webbing catch secures excess belt length so it won’t get in your way. Easily repacked and maintained thanks to its compact and lightweight design. This life vest must be manually placed around the head after inflation and is therefore recommended for competent swimmers only.

Key Features

  • Low profile design for ultimate comfort
  • Fits comfortably around your waist for unhindered paddling fun
  • Front-mounted inflation chamber allows wearer to float on back
  • Manually inflates with pull of the lanyard
  • Triangular accessory hook for attaching gear
  • Zippered pocket for storing gear
  • Arming status window to easily check the inflator
  • Patented L-Tab™ webbing catch secures excess belt length
  • Nylon shell for long-lasting durability

 

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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