Extrasport Loch PFD Life Jacket - USCG Approved, Type III (For Men and Women)

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About Extrasport Loch PFD Life Jacket - USCG Approved, Type III (For Men and Women)

Closeouts. Versatile and functional, Extrasport's Lock PFD life jacket offers unrestricted mobility and 3M Scotchlite® reflective shoulders for low-light visibility.

Specs about Extrasport Loch PFD Life Jacket - USCG Approved, Type III (For Men and Women)

  • USCG classification: Type III
  • Design flotation: 15 lb. 8 oz.
  • PFD Style: Paddling
  • Gender: Men
  • Length: 17"
  • Weight: 2 lb.
  • Material: 200 denier nylon, PVC-free foam
  • Made in China

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4.250000 5 Overall Rating: 4.3 Based on 12 reviews

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Reviewed by Craig from Tennessee on Wednesday, April 3, 2013
I have used this PFD for one canoe trip, and found it to be comfortable while paddling. It looks nice too. Very good price.
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  • Reviewed by MK from Seattle on Tuesday, July 9, 2013
    Finally got out and tried this PFD on my SUP. It was very comfortable for me 6'0" and 180#. Only drawback that I could say is that it does not have any pockets to put your keys or any small items, that's why I deducted one star.
  • Reviewed by Mike in RI from Rhode Island on Monday, June 17, 2013
    This PFD is for my son at sailing camp. It seems to be good quality and easy to adjust.
    Mobility for sailing/canoeing/kayaking and not too bulky.
  • Reviewed by Craig from Tennessee on Wednesday, April 3, 2013
    I have used this PFD for one canoe trip, and found it to be comfortable while paddling. It looks nice too. Very good price.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mare from Rochester, NY on Wednesday, August 22, 2012
    My 5'4", 112 # daughter loves this pfd. The XS fits her perfectly and it's very comfortable for all-day kayak trips.
    • Best Uses: Paddling
    • Chest Size: Feels true to size
    • Describe Yourself: Intermediate
    • Pros: Adjustable, Comfortable, Durable, Lightweight
    • Was this a gift?: No
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Steve from Vermont on Sunday, August 19, 2012
    This is comfortable and has lots of room for your arms to move. It's adjustable to fit many different sized people. But there's this big heavy metal thing that the straps pass thru in the back that makes the whole vest really heavy.
    • Best Uses: Boating, Canoeing, Paddling
    • Chest Size: Feels true to size
    • Cons: Heavy
    • Describe Yourself: Intermediate
    • Pros: Adjustable, Comfortable
    • Was this a gift?: No

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    • Answer We were trying to explain their is no weight limit for PFDs. This PFD will keep you afloat. PFDs add a person's natural buoyancy to keep them afloat. The same PFD will keep a 350 pound man afloat as easily as a 100 woman. This link may help explain why. http://adventure.howstuffworks.com/outdoor-activities/water-sports/life-jacket1.htm
      Answered on 7/22/2013 3:41:35 PM by Jack from Sierra Trading Post
  • Question “How heavy a person is this designed to keep a float?”

    Asked on 7/22/2013 8:33:17 AM by John from Central PA
    • Answer Life jackets are measured according to how much additional weight they can support. Jackets for adults provide, at a minimum, buoyancies ranging from 15.5 pounds to 22 pounds (7 kilograms to 10 kilograms)­ [source: U.S. Coast Guard]. Since the average person in water needs about seven to 12 additional pounds of buoyancy to float, a life jacket does not have to support the entire physical weight of a human body. Instead, it supports those seven to 12 pounds, with a few pounds to spare. You could attach an item that weighs less than the minimum buoyancy provided by that life jacket, and the jacket would hold that item without sinking. This jacket has a Design Floatation of 15lb. 8oz.
      Answered on 7/22/2013 11:48:30 AM by Jack from Sierra Trading Post
  • Question “is there a size chart?....What is an extra small adult in actual size?”

    Asked on 6/12/2012 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from Unknown
    • Answer If you hover over the "sizes available" with your mouse a tap will appear and provide you with the correct numeric sizing.
      Answered on 6/15/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod.Spec. Ryan from Sierra Trading Post