's high performance paddle vests are legnedary and the EBB meets that bar with room to spare. Comfort is unequaled and the high flotation back fits above most sit on top kayaks. It's also a perfect technical all around PFD.
- Open sides for ventilation.
- Cross-chest cinch harness for zero ride-up.
- Neoprene padded back lower waistband.
- Mesh shoulders & back for maximum ventilation.
- 1 1/2” webbing belt, dual forward pulls for a trim and low profile fit.
- Beverage/bellows pockets with drainage.
- High back rides above back rest.
- Adjustable 1 1/2” webbing shoulder and side pulls.
- Entry grip tab at zipper base
- #10 YKK zipper with non-corroding slider.
- Lightweight PE Foam
- 420 denier nylon ripstop shell and 210 denier inner liner.
- Type III PFD with Sea Level Buoyancy: 16 lbs. 2 oz.
PFD stands for Personal Flotation Device
U.S. Coast Guard Regulations require you to have U.S. Coast Guard approved PFDs on your recreational boat. How many and what kind of PFDs you need depends on the number of people onboard, the size of your boat and the kind of boating you will be doing.
Personal floatation devices are classified by location of use. Choose the right PFD for the location and type of boating you plan to do.
is for offshore operations.
is for boating near shore.
is a buoyancy aide to be used where rescue situations may be imminent.
is to be thrown to an individual needing immediate assistance.
is a specialty PFD for specific activities or consumers.
It's recommended that children always wear a Type II PFD or lower,
even for onshore activities.