Float Coat, Stearns 7077MX4

Float Coat, Stearns 7077MX4
    Code: LP-7077
    Price: $245.00
    Shipping Weight: 10.00 pounds
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    Stearns float coat boating jacket in Advantage Max-4 camouflage pattern. Designed for the avid sportsman to stay afloat. Camo pattern helps you blend in while pursuing your interests in safety. Stearns most popular flotation jackets are now ANSI compliant.
    • Front zipper with storm flap, fleece-lined collar
    • Waist length style jacket
    • Ultra-soft Suisse Aireā„¢ flotation foam
    • Water resistant foam design
    • Durable nylon outer shell
    • Pleated pockets with shell loops inside pocket
    • Fleece lined collar with roll-away hood
    • Adjustable neoprene lined wristband
    • Elastic waistband with adjustable side webbing for a secure fit
    • Large front pockets with snap closure
    • Fleece lined hand warmer pockets
    • SOLAS grade reflective tape
    • Type III US Coast Guard Approved life jacket

    Type IOffshore Life Jacket

    This PFD is designed for extended survival in rough, open water. It usually will turn an unconscious person face-up and has 22 pounds of buoyancy. This is the best PFD to keep you afloat in remote regions where rescue may be slow coming.

    Type IINear Shore Life Vest

    This "classic" PFD comes in several sizes for adults and children and is for calm inland water where there is chance of fast rescue. It is less bulky and less expensive than a Type I, and many turn an unconscious person face-up in the water.

    Type IIIFloatation Aid

    These life jackets are generally considered the most comfortable, with styles for different boating activities and sports. They are for use in calm water where there is good chance of fast rescue since they will generally not turn an unconscious person face-up. Floatation aids come in many sizes and styles.

    Type IVThrowable Device

    These are designed to be thrown to a person in the water. Throwable devices include boat cushions, ring buoys, and horseshoe buoys. They are not designed to be worn and must be supplemented by a wearable PFD. It is important to keep these devices immediately available for emergencies, and they should not be used for small children, non-swimmers, or unconscious people.

    Type VSpecial Use Device

    Special use PFDs include work vests, deck suits, and hybrids for restricted use. Hybrid vests contain some internal buoyancy and are inflatable to provide additional flotation.