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Product DescriptionThis inflatable PFD is less bulky, lighter, and versatile enough to be worn in many seasons and conditions. The Float Tech PFD has much more buoyancy than foam life jackets and will turn your head up and out of the water. The wide neck design lays flat in the shoulders for better comfort and is the only USCG approved life jacket that can be worn alone or zipped into an outer apparel and still exceed USCG inflatable standards.
While the liner may be worn OVER other apparel and used as your life preserver, DO NOT wear the liner under any other jacket or apparel unless specified by the manufacturer as Float Tech compatible. The Float Tech PFD liner is only designed to fit approved life jackets. Inflatable vest is USCG Type V with Type III performance. Provides a minimum of 26 lbs. of buoyancy.
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Q:What is the best rule to follow, to determine the correct size when ordering a life jacket such as the Float Tech Inflatable or other similar inflatable vest. I wear a size 42-44 T-Shirt. It don't say so, so I'm assuming that the Float Tech can only be inflated manuallyAsked on 7/7/2014 by None
The correct way to determine what size life jacket that you will need is based on your chest size. The Float-Tech PFD can be inflated by pulling the inflate cord on the right side or by manually inflating by blowing into the tube on the left side of the vest. The large fits a chest size of 42 to 44 inches. I am attaching the manufactures owner's manual for their PFD: http://quaticapparel.com/images/FT-HRA-R5_USCG_Owners_Manual.pdf.
SteveAnswered on 7/7/2014 by Anonymous
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