3000004469

Stearns Classic Infant Life Vest - Up to 30lbs - Blue

Stearns Classic Infant Life Vest - Up to 30lbs - Blue
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Classic Infant Life Vest - Up to 30lbs - Blue

The littlest ones in the family can enjoy the water too in a Stearns Infant Classic Series Vest. It's specially-fitted for children under 30 lbs. (13.6 kg), with an extra contoured float above the neck - like a pillow - to encourage face-up flotation. A rescue handle allows adults to easily move the child from the water or the boat. Bright material makes quick work of spotting the child. A zippered front, adjustable chest strap and crotch strap ensure a tight fit at the pool, beach or lake. Durable nylon construction and PE flotation foam, along with 1-in. (2.54 cm) webbed straps, will allow you to use the Coast Guard-approved Type II vest season after season. Great for a day on the boat or beach and in the pool or lake.

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  • Coast Guard-approved
  • Great for a day on the boat or beach and in the pool or lake
  • Neck float encourages face-up flotation
  • Bright color for high visibility
  • For infants under 30 lbs. (13.6 kg)
  • Durable construction: Nylon shell, PE foam, zippered front and two 1" (2.54 cm) webbed straps
  • Rescue handle allows adults to move the child from the water or the boat
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Stearns Classic Infant Life Vest - Up to 30lbs - Blue 3000004469 STEARNS CLASSIC INFANT LIFE JACKET BLUE UP TO 30LBS
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