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Onyx Kayak Fishing Vest

PFD Make & Model

Brand:
Onyx
Model:
Kayak Fishing Vest
MSRP ($):
79.99

Wearing a personal flotation device when kayaking can not only save you from drowning in the event of an accident, but it is also required by law in many states. Of course, it is even better if a PFD has other uses as well, such as the ONYX Kayak Fishing Life Jacket. First thing first though, according to Onyx this vest is a U.S. Coast Guard Approved Type III Life Jacket/Personal Flotation Device, so you know it is safe. However, unlike many other vests, it is also very comfortable and packs a range of very handy features.

As it has six adjustment straps you can cinch this vest up for a snug fit while the breathable mesh lower back and neoprene shoulder pads will keep you comfortable. The vest also has a paddle specific foam design that is low profile and ensures it doesn’t become a hindrance out on the water. The best thing about this vest is the amount of pockets that it has, all of which are designed to hold your most essential gear. In addition to zippered fleece-lined pockets and a zippered chest pocket, this vest also has a one button push drop down tray pocket with a 2” elastic strap which can be used to secure a small tackle box. Thanks to the largemouth cargo pocket on this vest it can even hold long nose pliers or a VHF radio. Other useful items, such as a knife, keys, sunscreen or whistle can be secured to the lash tab. Thankfully the vest also has sufficient drainage to keep it dry when not in use.

If comfort matters to you and you want to get the most out of your PDF then you really can’t go wrong with the Onyx Kayak Fishing Vest.

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