151600-700-020-13

Kent Law Enforcement Life Vests

Kent Law Enforcement Life Vests

Description

The Kent Law Enforcement Life Vest is a U.S. Coast Guard Approved Type III Life Jacket.

Features

  • Low Profile Design with Greater Mobility and Easier Access to Utility Belt
  • Strong, Durable Zipper Closure
  • Expandable Zippered Pockets with Mesh Drainage
List Price
$79.99
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$64.89
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Features:

  • Ventilation in front and back to keep you cool
  • Sculpted and flexible design conforms to you and stays in place
  • Shoulder adjustments with neoprene comfort pads
  • Adjustable side belts and waist belt
  • Zip assist loop at zipper base
  • Soft, comfortable flotation foam
  • Textured foam on inner back for added comfort
  • Durable 400 denier nylon oxford outer shell
  • Lash tab for small accessories
  • USCG approved/SOLAS compliant whistle attached
  • D-ring attached for small accessories
  • Minimum 15.5lbs of buoyancy
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Kent Law Enforcement Life Vests 151600-700-020-13 Law Enforcement Life Vest, Black, X-Small and Small
$64.89
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Kent Law Enforcement Life Vest - Black - Medium/Large 151600-700-040-13 Law Enforcement Life Vest, Black, Medium/Large
$64.89
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Kent Law Enforcement Life Vest - XLarge/2XLarge - Black 151600-700-060-13 Law Enforcement Life Vest, Black, XL/2XL
$64.89
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