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Onyx Belt Pack Manual Inflatable Life Jacket

Onyx Belt Pack Manual Inflatable Life Jacket

Description

The Onyx Belt Pack Manual Inflatable Life Jacket keeps stand-up paddleboarders (SUP), anglers, boaters, and other paddlers safe without compromising movement.

Features

  • 1" Buckle And Body Belt
  • D-Ring Attachment For Small Accessories
  • 200 Denier Nylon Oxford Protective Cover
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$89.99
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$63.64
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Features:

  • 16 gram CO2 charge provides 17 lbs. of buoyancy - the oral inflation tube can be used to provide additional buoyancy up to 26.5 lbs. when fully inflated
  • Extremely low profile
  • Approved for persons 16 years of age and older; and over 80 lbs.
  • Use M-16 Rearming Kit (#1370)



U.S. Coast Guard Approved Type V Life Jacket/Personal Flotation Device PFD with Type III Performance.

Size: Adult Universal - Fits 30"-52" chest; up to 52" waist

Item contains a CO2 cylinder and may not be available to ship to Alaska or Hawaii.

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Onyx Belt Pack Manual Inflatable Life Jacket 130900-701-004-16 Belt Pack Manual Inflatable Life Jacket
$63.64
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