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Stearns "Aqueous" Extreme Paddle Vest

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Sterns Aqueos Extreme Paddle Vest

PFD Make & Model

Brand:
Stearns
MSRP ($):
89.99

Stearns "Aqueous" Extreme Paddle Vest is tough enough and comfortable enough for endless hours on your kayak fishing! The new Stearns Aqueous Extreme Paddlesport Vest combines a proven paddling design with new materials, great features and Eco-Aware PVC-free foam. 

Constructed of durable Cordura ripstop fabric, this Vest holds up to the harshest of conditions kayak anglers find them selves in. And thanks to its large armholes and shorter cut, you'll have a greater range of motion and a more comfortable fit for casting and paddling.

Features:

  • Large Armhole Openings
  • Excellent Freedom of Movement
  • Rugged Cordura and Rip-Stop Nylon Outer Shell
  • PVC Free Foam
  • Type III US Coast Guard Approved Life Jacket
  • Large Front Zippered Pockets with Pass-Behind Hand Warmers
  • Shorter Cut for Maximum Mobility
  • Soft Polyester Lining
  • Adjustable Neoprene Shoulder Straps
  • Side and Waist Adjustments for a Secure Fit
  • Full Front Zippered Closure

Sizing (chest):

  • S: (36"-38")
  • M: (40"-42")
  • L: (44"-46")
  • XL: (48"-50")

 

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This PFD is worth looking into if your in the market for a inexpensive PFD. My issues are it is too short I would suggest a larger size but it works. Another problem is it conflicts with my rod butt when trying to snatch the rod when trying to hookup. The colors are red and black and have reflective strips on the shoulders. I would recommend this product to anyone!

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
2-6 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
light weight, comfortable
Cons:
Short
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