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Onyx Impulse A-24 In-Sight Automatic Inflatable Life Jacket

Onyx Impulse A-24 In-Sight Automatic Inflatable Life Jacket
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$249.99
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Impulse A-24 In-Sight Automatic Inflatable Life Jacket

Comfort
Impulse inflatable life jackets feature our exclusive wider neckline that
allows the vest to fit comfortably on the shoulders, teamed with a
tailored narrow front silhouette, and YKK® front zipper closure to provide a secure fit. The slim Quickburst® zipper path lays flat and transitions over the shoulder and down the vest front creating a low profile.

Style
The YKK® front zipper and V-back make the vest convenient and easy to don and the dual body belt adjustments tailor the vest to your body to provide a sleek, custom fit.

Reliability
The streamlined YKK® Quickburst® zipper keeps the inflated chamber
protected and opens easily when activated.

Features:
  • Air mesh in contact areas
  • Dual adjustments for a snug fit
  • Extended sizing fits up to a 65" chest
  • Quickburst® zipper opens upon inflation; easy to repack
  • V-back for comfort and faster donning
  • 1.5" buckle and body belt with a "webbing lock" to manage excess webbing
  • Protective cover uses heavy-duty 500 denier Cordura® and 400 denier nylon oxford
  • Hanging loop for drying
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Onyx Impulse A-24 In-Sight Automatic Inflatable Life Jacket 133800-500-004-17 ONYX IMPULSE A-24 IN-SIGHT AUTOMATIC INFLATABLE PFD
$183.93
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