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Wilderness Systems Wildy Fisher PFD

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Wilderness Systems Wildy Fisher PFD

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Wilderness Systems
Wildy Fisher
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The Wildy Fisher is a personal flotation device that was designed in a collaboration between Wilderness Systems and Astral. It is an angling specific PFD that is designed for high-back fishing kayaks while also providing anglers with plenty of storage space.

In terms of design materials, the Wildy Fisher uses 100% PE foam for buoyancy while the shell fabric consists of 500d Cordura and 1000d ballistic liner fabric. The PE foam isn't just extremely light and durable, but also recyclable, so yu are doing your bit for the environment. It has mesh liner for added comfort, while the reflective trim on the chest, hood and shoulders makes you more visible on the water. Since the PFD has a Thin-Vent back, it is not just compatible with all seat types, but also ensures that there is enough breathability along the back to keep you comfortable on a hot day. In addition, the Wildy Fisher features a handy stowable rain hood in the neck collar of the PFD. It is available in three different sizes "small/medium," "medium/large," and "large/extra large."

To make this PFD more useful for anglers it features multiple front pockets, which provides easy-access to storage. Also useful is the quick access knife tab, to keep your knife nearby and secure, and the stowable drink holder. Overall, the Wilderness Systems Wildy Fisher is a very useful PFD and the ability to keep your tackle organized thanks to its storage capacity is a definite plus. The ability to flip-down the two large pockets to privde a working platform is also something that anglers will appreciate. It's definitely not the cheapest PFD on the market, but if you are serious about kayak angling, it is worth the investment.


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