Mustang Lil' Legends 100 Infant Foam PFD - Less Than 30lbs - Azure Blue

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Lil' Legends 100 Infant Foam PFD - Less Than 30lbs - Azure Blue

For best-in-class in-water performance and all-day comfort in big water, the Lil' Legends 100 was developed in response to parents' requests for a more comfortable flotation vest that improved mobility and reduced thermal burden. Leveraging the trusted and proven in-water performance of the original Lil' Legends series, the new design has been overhauled with new materials, advanced cooling and reshaped mobility panels. With a segmented head pillow, shaped mobility panels and an exclusive Cooling-Channeled interior back panel. Lil' Legends has proven to be a top choice of both parents and children. Designed for coastal boating activities.

Features:

  • Approval: USCG - UL1123 - Marine Buoyant Devices 160.064 - Type II
  • Fits infants weighing up to 30 lbs (14 kg)
  • Best-in-class safety performance
  • Cooling-channeled interior back panel
  • Ventilated mesh back
  • Heavy duty grab strap
  • Crotch strap
  • Mobility-shaped panels
  • Shaped and segmented head pillow
  • Reflective accents
  • AirSoft™ flotation foam
  • Reinforced construction
  • Textured abrasion panels on shoulders
  • Delrin buckets
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