$ 139.95


Made of environmentally friendly materials, this PFD is designed for the ultimate strength, comfort, and safety.

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Color: Orange

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  • Intended Use: Whitewater / Tour / Canoeing / Sailing
  • Entry: Center Front Zip
  • Foam Insert: Organic Kapok & PE Foam
  • Shell Fabric: 200 x 400 Denier Ripstop Nylon
  • Liner Fabric: 200 Denier High Tenacity Nylon
  • Webbing: Polypro
  • Zipper: YKK® Self Locking Vislon Teeth
  • Hardware: Heavy Duty Acetal
  • Weight: 2.14 lbs / 34.24 oz / 970.69 gr
  • Sizing: S/M = 31-37” M/L = 38-44” L/XL = 45-51
  • Design Buoyancy: 17.4 lbs
  • Approval Type: USCG Type III

Organic Kapok

This bouyant plant fiber comes from the seedpod of the kapok tree (Ceiba pentrandra) and is the most sustainable buoyant material we know. Ours is grown organically in Indonesia, and offers a uniquely comforting and insulating fit.

PVC Free

Every product in our line is completely free of toxic PVC. We reuse as many scraps as possible, recycle everything, and compost our coffee beans.


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  • Great Life Jacket! Comfortable and non restrictive.

    July 09, 2018

    Bought this about a year ago right before a BWCAW trip and wore it the whole time! Very buoyant compared to the cheap ones. It is super comfy, does not feel restrictive at all. I love to just hang out and float in the water with it on. After I got mine my girlfriend liked the quality and material of it so she had to get the Layla. If I get a second one it would be that one.

    Wish my friends would wear a life jacket when out on the water. It does not matter how good of a swimmer you are, wear one!

    submitted by: Jesse, Northern Minnesota

  • Nice life Jacket with annoying design flaw

    March 02, 2020

    The basics of the jacket are excellent, materials, comfort etc. The issue is the rescue knife clip attachment! It is vertical so either the point of the sheath is aimed at your jugular or the handle bumps into your jaw. Neither would be good. Simply angling the attachment point would fix the potential issue.

    submitted by: Bill, Colorado

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