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Stearns Deluxe Puddle Jumpers

Stearns Deluxe Puddle Jumpers

Description

The Stearns Deluxe Puddle Jumpers have a comfortable fit that allow children to splash and play around in the water.

Features

  • US Coast Guard-approved when worn on boats
  • Quality graphics stay bright and colorful for years to come
  • Learn-to-swim aid for beginners in the water
List Price
$24.99
Your Price
$22.26
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Details

The fun lasts longer for kids in the water with a Stearns Puddle Jumper Deluxe Life Jacket. The premium construction is made from woven polyester, a softer fabric for less chafing. The comfortable design also allows children 30-50 lbs. (13.6-22.7) to move and swim freely in pools and lakes and at the beach, without the life jacket riding up around their necks. The life jacket features a fun character on the front for more fun in the water. Each Puddle Jumper PFD is US Coast Guard-approved when worn on boats and can be used as a learn-to-swim aid.

Features:

  • Woven polyester for softer fabric with less chafing
  • Comfortable design, more freedom to swim and play
  • Fits kids 30 - 50 lbs. (13.6 kg - 22.7 kg)
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Stearns Deluxe Puddle Jumpers 2000012542 Deluxe puddle jumper, lion, for children 30-50 pounds
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Stearns Deluxe Puddle Jumpers 2000012541 Deluxe puddle jumper, elephant, for children 30-50 pounds
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Stearns Deluxe Puddle Jumpers 2000012545 Deluxe puddle jumper, giraffe, for children 30-50 pounds
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Stearns Deluxe Puddle Jumpers 2000012546 Deluxe puddle jumper, toucan, for children 30-50 pounds
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