MV3265-256

Mustang Lil' Legends 70 Child Vests

Mustang Lil' Legends 70 Child Vests

Description

The Mustang Lil' Legends 70 Child Vests are comfortable flotation vests that have improved mobility and reduced thermal burden.

Features

  • Cooling-channeled interior back panel and ventilated mesh
  • PVC-free flotation foam with reinforced construction
  • Textured abrasion panels on shoulders
List Price
$49.99
Your Price
$47.25
In Stock

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For high intensity sports or just playing at the beach, the Lil' Legends 70 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 segmented front panels for extreme mobility and an exclusive Cooling-Channeled interior back panel, advance field testing has proven Lil' Legends to be a top choice of both parents and children. Lil' Legends 70, because happy kids mean a good day on the water.

Recommend for:Fishing, Sailing, Boating, Paddle Sports, Water Sports

  • Segmented mobility panels
  • Delrin buckles
  • Wide 1.5" webbing
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Mustang Lil' Legends 70 Child Vests MV3265-256 Lil' Legends 70 child vest, fluorescent yellow-green/gray, 30-50 pounds
$47.25
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Mustang Lil' Legends 70 Child Vests MV3265-254 Lil' Legends 70 child vest, pink/white, 30-50 pounds
$47.25
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Mustang Lil' Legends 70 Youth Vests MV3270-256 Lil' Legends 70 child vest, fluorescent yellow-green/gray, 50-90 pounds
$47.25
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Mustang Lil' Legends 70 Child Vests MV3270-254 Lil' Legends 70 child vest, pink/white, 50-90 pounds
$47.25
In Stock

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