NRS Matik Inflatable PFD - Charcoal

NRS Matik Inflatable PFD

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NRS Matik Inflatable PFD

An alternative to waist-belted PFDs, the low-profile NRS Matik Inflatable Personal Flotation Device resembles a traditional lifevest with the compact convenience of an inflatableThis Matik folds compactly into a low-profile horse-collar style jacket to give you on-demand flotation that doesn't get in your way stand-up paddling, fishing or wading. When deflated, the vest secures with a waist buckle and offers one adjustment point for a snug fit. This lightweight self-inflating PFD provides 22.5 lbs of flotation. Features a zippered pocket with internal tether for keys or a whistle plus a manual backup cord, mouth inflation valve, reflective accents and two attachment points. Includes one 24 gram CO2 cartridge and one replacement CO2 Re-Arming Kits however these items are one-time-use only. It's good practice to keep an extra CO2 cartridge on hand to re-arm the PFD after each inflation you can buy extra separately. An inflatable PFD is certified by the US Coast Guard as a Type V PFD. However, it meets Coast Guard requirements for Type III PFDs when it is worn. In other words, you must be wearing the deflated collar for it to qualify as a required flotation device.

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Note: Item contains CO2 canister and can only be shipped via ground - No air shipments permitted

NRS Matik Inflatable PFD Features:

  • 400-Denier ripstop nylon
  • Type III
  • 22.5 lbs. of flotation
  • Universal sizing - Fits 30"-58" (76-147 cm) in circumference.
  • Inflatable
  • 1 - Adjustment point
  • 1 - Zippered pocket with internal tether
  • D-ring attachments
  • Reflective accents
  • Manual back-up valve
  • Color: Black, Navy
  • Included: 24g CO2 cartridge and Re-packing instructions
  • US Coast Guard Certification (UL Listed)

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