Stearns Classic Series Adult Universal Life Vest - Blue/Grey

Stearns Classic Series Adult Universal Life Vest - Blue/Grey
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Classic Series Adult Universal Life Vest - Blue/Grey/b>

Enjoy a comfortable day on the boat in a Stearns Adult Classic Series Vest. The Coast Guard-approved PFD is designed with three adjustable chest belts that help make a day on the water a comfortable one. With webbed 1-in. straps (2.54 cm), a durable nylon shell and PE foam inside, this life jacket is sure to be on the boat with you season after season.

  • Coast Guard-approved life jacket
  • Great for a day on the boat or beach and in the pool or lake
  • For use on a boat, a personal watercraft or for tow sports
  • Universal size for most adults over 90 lbs. (41 kg)
  • Oversize for bigger body types
  • Three adjustable straps and open sides for better fit
  • Durable construction: Nylon shell, PE foam, three 1-in. (2.54 cm) webbed straps
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