- The roomy front-entry design with 8 adjustment points let you customize the fit for comfort and security.
- The ventilated back panel is slimmed down low for greater comfort in kayaks with high seatbacks.
- Features 8 front pockets for everything from small tackle boxes to tippet. The front left pocket also includes a key lanyard.
- Other outstanding features include rod holder loops, a mini lash tab for pin-on, retractable accessories, fly drying patch and multiple D-rings and attachment loops.
- 16.5 lbs. design flotation.
|US Coast Guard Type:||III|
|Design Flotation:||16.5 lbs.|
|Outer Fabric:||200-denier urethane-coated ripstop nylon|
|Entry System:||Front zip|
Gear-heads, rejoice. The fishing PFD from NRS has pockets stacked on pockets for almost unlimited storage.
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