151800-200-040-13

Kent Deluxe Flotation Life Jacket

Kent Deluxe Flotation Life Jacket

Description

The Kent Deluxe Flotation Life Jacket offers the comfortable fit and warmth of a jacket, while providing the safety of a life jacket.

Features

  • Provides Hypothermia Protection in Colder Water Conditions
  • Fleece Lined Pass-Behind Hand Warmer Pockets
  • Neoprene Waistline for Comfort
List Price
$199.99
Your Price
$140.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

he soft and comfortable foam provides comfort
throughout your entire work day.

Approval:

  • U.S. Coast Guard Approved Type III Life Jacket Personal Flotation Device (PFD)



Features:

  • 200 denier nylon ripstop and nylon oxford outer shell
  • Removable hood is constructed with ArcticShield technology, a multi-layered, heat retention material for added warmth
  • Fleece lined removable hood with SOLAS grade reflective, drawcord adjustment, chin cover and taped seams make it weatherproof
  • Comfortable fleece lined, high collar
  • SOLAS grade reflective material for increased visibility
  • Large fleece lined cargo pockets for holding extra gear
  • Bellowed chest pockets with openings to accommodate radio antennas
  • Heavy-duty zippered front with dual storm flap and fleece chin guard
  • Watertight neoprene inner cuff and adjustable elastic outer cuff cinches tight to keep water and wind out
  • Interior waist belt with quick release buckle
  • Mesh drainage to prevent waterlog
  • Interior pocket
  • D-ring attachment for small accessories
  • Minimum 15.5 lbs. of buoyancy
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Kent Deluxe Flotation Life Jacket 151800-200-040-13 Deluxe Flotation Life Jacket, Orange, PFD, Large
$140.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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