Monterey Bay Offshore Pet Life Jackets
BAY DOG
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$65.00 – $75.00

3/8" Solenoid Valve
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$124.99

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Clearance Reusable Hand Warmer, 4-Pack
ULTIMATE SURVIVAL TECHNOLOGIES
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13% Off

$6.88

Original $7.99

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Clearance Micro Survival Kit
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53% Off

$18.66

Original $39.99

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Clearance Railfast Crew Overboard Pole Holder
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68% Off

$31.44

Original $99.99

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Clearance Emergency Safety Line Cutter
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17% Off

$32.88

Original $39.99

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Clearance Lifesling Bulkhead Mount Kit
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75% Off

$7.33

Original $29.99

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Clearance Deck Hand II Heavy-Duty Flotation Life Jackets
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Up to 35% Off Select Items

$54.77 – $68.88

Original $84.99

Clearance Immersion Suits
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Up to 36% Off Select Items

$329.88 – $367.88

Original $500.00 – $540.00

Clearance Quease Ease Anti-Nausea Aromatic Inhaler
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27% Off

$10.88

Original $14.99

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Clearance SmartFind S20 AIS MOB Device
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20% Off

$199.88

Original $249.99

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Clearance Water Otter™ Premium Child Life Jacket, Frog
AIRHEAD
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15% Off

$16.88

Original $19.99

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Clearance Classic Insulated Foul Weather Hood, Red
MUSTANG SURVIVAL
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19% Off

$72.88

Original $89.99

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Clearance Delta Drogues
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19% Off

$184.88

Original $229.99

Put Boat Safety First

Shop our complete selection of boat safety gear. At a minimum, you need to meet US Coast Guard requirements for marine safety. Required safety equipment includes personal flotation devices like life jackets or other PFDs. Some boats must carry throwable flotation such as buoyant cushions, life preserver rings and horseshoe buoys. Boats must carry a sound producing device. Examples include horns and whistles. Regulations require most boats carry visual distress signals. These include aerial flares and handheld flares. For going offshore, we suggest SOLAS flares. Strangely enough, you are not required to carry an EPIRB or a PLB. We recommend that you do.

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