NRS Chinook Fishing PFD - Bayberry

NRS Chinook Fishing PFD

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NRS Chinook Fishing PFD

With all the organization and attachment points needed for your fishing accessories, the NRS Chinook Fishing PFD (Personal Flotation Device) is the world's best-selling life jacket for kayak anglers. Not only is it designed to make you more effective on the water, the comfort of the Chinook simply can't be beat. With plushFit foam and a high-back design combine to create an extremely comfortable vest for any type of raft or kayak seat. This life jacket also comes with a mesh lower-back that offers added ventilation on warm days. Some features include two large, zippered pockets, sized for tackle boxes, with internal organization, plus two smaller accessory pockets with hook-and-loop closure. Also features a rod holder, strobe attachment point, reflective accents and knife lash tab. A fifth, tool holder pocket offers quick access to pliers, line cutters or other fishing gadgets and accessories. The Chinook is a Type III, medium profile life jacket delivering 16.5 pounds of flotation. The zippered front entry and six adjustment points offer a customized fit. Also carries the US Coast Guard Certification through Underwriters Laboratories (UL). 

NRS Chinook Fishing PFD Features:

  • 400-Denier ripstop nylon
  • Carries the US Coast Guard Certification through Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
  • Type III, 16.5 lbs. of flotation
  • 6 - Adjustment point
  • 2 - Large, zippered pockets, sized for tackle boxes
  • 2 - Smaller accessory pockets with hook-and-loop closure.
  • 1 - Tool holder pocket
  • Reflective accents
  • Rod holder loop
  • Strobe holder loop
  • Shoulder strap keepers
  • Color: Bayberry, Red, Charcoal
  • US Coast Guard Certification (UL Listed)


Size Chest (in.)
XS/M 30" - 42"
L/XL 42" - 52"
XL/XXL 50" - 56"

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