Full Throttle Flex-Zone Neoprene Vest - Black

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Product Description

The Full Throttle Flex-Zone Neoprene Vest has multiple segmented hinge points that provide flexibility and maneuverability for improved performance on the water. Soft, comfortable neoprene construction delivers increased stretchability and a greater range of motion and maneuverability.

The Poly-Span polyester/spandex inner provides a soft surface against your skin and large arm holes enhance freedom of movement for easy twists and turns. The Full Throttle Flex-Zone Neoprene Vest is an ultra-comfortable, flexible vest for maximum mobility on the water

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

Full Throttle Flex-Zone Neoprene Vest Features:

  • Soft, stretchable, flex-back design provides increased movement range
  • Stretchable Poly-Span polyester fabric with lightweight durable foam
  • USCG approved, type III vest

Specifications and additional product information
  • TYPE III Flotation Aid: minimum buoyancy requirement 15.5 lbs. Good for calm, inland water, or where there is good chance of fast rescue
  • Advantages: Generally the most comfortable type for continuous wear. Designed for general boating or the activity that is marked on the device
  • Available in many styles, including vests and flotation coats
  • Disadvantages: Wearer may have to tilt head back to avoid going face-down. In rough water, a wearer's face may often be covered by waves
  • Not for extended survival in rough water
  • Sizes: Many individual sizes from small-child through adult
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