151400-200-030-13

Kent First Responder PFD

Kent First Responder PFD

Description

The Kent First Responder PFD is U.S. Coast Guard Approved Type III.

Features

  • Adjustable Neoprene Shoulders and Nylon Strap Carriers
  • SOLAS Grade Reflective Material on Shoulders and Back for Increased Visibility
  • Two Fleece Lined Hand Warmer Pockets
List Price
$74.99
Your Price
$56.70
In Stock

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Details



Features:

  • Soft and lightweight foam provides flexibility and reduced weight for comfortable constant wear
  • Contoured lower back foam fits to body
  • Segmented foam design for increased mobility and comfort
  • Hidden encircling body belts, 1" buckles, and heavy-duty front zipper
  • 200 denier nylon ripstop outer shell and nylon oxford inner lining
  • Two large zippered front cargo storage pockets
  • Lash tab and D-ring for small accessories
  • Minimum 15.5 lbs. of buoyancy
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Kent First Responder PFD 151400-200-030-13 First Responder PFD, Orange, S/M
$56.70
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Kent First Responder PFD - Orange - Large/XLarge 151400-200-050-13 First Responder PFD, Orange, L/XL
$56.70
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Kent First Responder PFD - Orange - 2XL/3XL 151400-200-070-13 First Responder PFD, Orange, 2XL/3XL
$56.70
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