Sturgeon

$ 130

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Fishing PFDs commonly include many pockets. It can get confusing what is where, and the pockets create obstacles for the rod handle. We consolidated five pockets into one large centralized place. The result is a streamlined yet highly organizable PFD, for more efficient fishing.

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Color: Pebble Gray

Details

Intended Use: Fishing / Touring / Rec
Entry: ¼ Zip
Foam Insert: Gaia® & PE Foam
Shell Fabric: 400D x 200D Ripstop Nylon
Liner Fabric: 200 Denier High Tenacity Nylon and Brushed Polyester Mesh
Webbing: Polypro
Zipper: YKK® Self Locking Vislon Teeth
Hardware: Heavy Duty Acetal
Weight: 1.63 lbs / 26.08 oz / 740 gr
Sizing: S/M = 31-37” M/L = 38-44” L/XL = 45-51
Design Buoyancy: 16 lbs
Approval Type: USCG Type III

Thin Vent

A unique approach to designing recreational jackets in which the back panel is made of a super thin foam, allowing the paddler to fully recline in the tallest of seats. A thin mesh strip along the spine helps keep you cool on the hottest days.

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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  • Amazing!

    September 05, 2021

    One year of constant wear, three big BWCA trips, and counting, I love this PFD. It is the first PFD where I can actually say, this a joy to wear in the canoe. Great organization, versatile, good looking. Adds warmth in the winter. Really love the side zip. I would buy one for eveybody in the family--if only they weren't out of stock!

    submitted by: Suzanne, Virginia/Minnesota

  • Almost perfect

    September 20, 2021

    I agree that this is one of the most comfortable pfd's I've put on. However, the floatation pads at the top constantly grate against each other while paddling. aside from the annoying sound and vibration, it seems like this will eventually wear through (a simple clip at the top could prevent this problem). The other issue I ran into is the lack of a bottom strap and clip. For me, with nothing to help secure below the rib cage, the only way to keep this vest secure was to crank down on the straps across my ribs. 2 clips and a strap would make this my ideal pfd. I ended up returning it.

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