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Onyx M24 Manual Inflatable SUP Belt Pack Life Jacket

Onyx M24 Manual Inflatable SUP Belt Pack Life Jacket

Description

The Onyx M24 Manual Inflatable SUP Belt Pack Life Jacket is a convenient style that allows for total freedome of movement and peace of mind when fishing.

Features

  • Inflatable life jacket inflates by manual activation or oral inflation
  • Zippered pocket for convenient storage of keys, cell phone, license, etc.
  • Reflective piping for increased visibility
List Price
$106.99
Your Price
$83.77
In Stock

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Details

  • Convenient, compact belt pack style allows for total freedom of movement when fishing, flatwater paddling, stand up paddleboarding (SUP), sailing, recreational boating and hunting
  • Provides comfort, safety and peace of mind without knowing you have it on, until you may need it
  • ReliaPull Guide for predictable inflation and assists in repacking
  • Convenient reusable mesh storage/carry bag
  • Not approved for children under 16 years of age
  • For replacement CO2 cartridge, use Onyx Rearming Kit K301



* U.S. Coast Guard Approved Type V Life Jacket / Personal Flotation Device PFD with Type III Performance
** Item contains a CO2 cylinder and may not be available to ship to Alaska or Hawaii.

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Onyx M24 Manual Inflatable SUP Belt Pack Life Jacket 130000-505-004-14 M24 manual inflatable SUP belt pack life jacket, aqua
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Onyx M-24 Manual Inflatable SUP Belt Pack Life Jacket - Blue 130000-500-004-15 M24 manual inflatable SUP belt pack life jacket, blue
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