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Onyx MoveVent Torsion Vest PFD

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PFD Make & Model

Brand:
Onyx
Model:
MoveVent Torsion
MSRP ($):
80
Onyx MoveVent Torsion Vest - 122400-100-XXX-14

Soft, comfortable flotation foam
Bubble Foam on inner back for added comfort
SOLAS grade reflective material for visibility
Expandable zippered pockets with mesh drainage
Adjustable waist belt
400 denier nylon ripstop and nylon oxford
Lash tab for small accessories
Drying loop on back
Attached whistle for safety
Provides excellent mobility for recreational paddle sports (canoe, kayak, SUP)
Ventilation in front and back to keep you cool
Mesh in lower back fits high back seats and sit-on-top kayaks
Sculpted and flexible design conforms to you and stays in place
Shoulder adjustments with neoprene comfort pads
Adjustable side belts
Strong, durable zipper closure
Zip assist loop at zipper base * U.S. Coast Guard Approved Type III Life Jacket / Personal Flotation Device (PFD) . MoveVent - A vest that conforms to your body like a glove, yet its innovative vented channels help to keep you cool while paddling. Our NEW MoveVent series of paddle sports vests feature excellent mobility, sculpted foam designs that conform to your body, and mesh ventilation in the front and back to allow for maximum airflow. Look for the many features and benefits of the torsion, dynamic, and curve vests that make up our NEW MoveVent product line and accommodate all levels of paddling.
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Nice budget PFD

Like many I got into kayak fishing as an inexpensive way to get off the shore and out on the water where the fish are. Everything I bought with my first yak was inexpensive. Inexpensive yak, paddle, PFD. Well, the yak & paddle have been upgraded but I still have my Onyx PFD because it just plain works. I see no reason to replace it. Now, I assume it would keep me afloat. (I've never needed to test that). It's so comfortable that I wear it 90% of the time, only removing it during the hottest days in the summer. It fits well and does not interfere with the frame seat on my Cuda LT. Great PFD and it even has an emergency whistle in the pocket.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Fits nice, no interference with seat or paddling, inexpensive
Cons:
I assume it floats
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