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Stohlquist Spinner

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Stohlquist Spinner

PFD Make & Model

Brand:
Stohlquist
Model:
Spinner
MSRP ($):
69.95

Stohlquist has a range of fishing PFDs, but at about $69.95, the Spinner is their budget offering. Don’t let the price fool you, though, as the Spinner is definitely not lacking in terms of features. As expected from a vest aimed at fishing enthusiasts, the Spinner offers high mobility, so it won’t be a nuisance while angling from your kayak. This mobility is courtesy of the sculpted front and back foam panels found on the vest.

Putting on the Spinner is very easy as it uses a simple, three buckle front entry design. Consisting of a Ripstop Nylon shell and 200-denier nylon liner, the Spinner is extremely lightweight and you’ll barely notice that you are wearing it while fishing. Stohlquist didn’t just focus on the safety and comfort of this PFD, but convenience as well. To make it more useful for you out on the water, the Spinner has large front pockets. These offer enough space to tuck away your fly and bait boxes to keep them close. It also features multiple mounting points, so you can attach plenty of fishing accessories for easy access.

There is a lot to like about the Spinner, particularly the budget price and comfort. Anglers with high seat backs in their kayaks will also appreciate the thin back panel of the Spinner. Thanks to its PE buoyancy foam design, the Spinner also scores highly for being very lightweight. Putting on the Spinner or taking it off couldn’t be any simpler either courtesy of its buckles. Overall, the Spinner offers plenty of bang for your buck and the wallet friendly price makes it even more appealing.

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