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Stearns Puddle Jumper Deluxe 3D Series - Seal

Stearns Puddle Jumper Deluxe 3D Series - Seal
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Puddle Jumper Deluxe 3D Series - Seal

The My Little Pony Kids Stearns Puddle Jumper life jacket allows for full range of motion so your child can play freely in the pool. Plus, it's made with soft polyester fabric that causes less chafing. The My Little Pony model is primarily blue and pink in color and depicts your child's favorite characters. Antimicrobial properties are also built into the vest that resist odor-causing bacteria. The Stearns Puddle Jumper life jacket looks great and is US Coast Guard approved. Stearns will keep your child safe and comfortable in the water. It's made for children weighing between 30-50 pounds, and will help your child develop confidence in the water.

Features:
  • For children 30-50lbs
  • Coast Guard Approved
  • Helps children develop confidence & learn to swim in the pool
  • Durable PE flotation foam with a PES Shell
  • Superior stability
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