NRS Women's Shenook Fishing PFD
Purpose-built for female anglers, the Shenook fishing PFD (Personal Flotation Device) has all of the features of our best-selling Chinook life jacket but with a women's cut and styling. Designed to make you more effective on the water, the Shenook offers endless organization and attachment points for all your fishing tools. Articulated, PlushFit foam panels reduce bulk and mold to the female bust. This life jacket is a Type III, medium profile life jacket delivering 16.5 pounds of flotation with zippered front entry and six adjustment points offer a customized fit. With a high-back design this PFD fits comfortably with most raft and kayak seats and the mesh lower-back offers added ventilation on warm days. Designed with two large, zippered pockets, sized for tackle boxes, with internal organization, plus two smaller accessory pockets with hook-and-loop closure. A fifth, tool holder pocket offers quick access to pliers, line cutters or other fishing gadgets and accessories. Some other features include a rod holder, strobe attachment point, reflective accents, and a knife lash tab. This Shenook carries the US Coast Guard Certification through Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
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NRS Women's Shenook Fishing PFD Features:
- 400-Denier ripstop nylon
- Carries the US Coast Guard Certification through Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
- Type III, 16.5 lbs. of flotation
- 7 - 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: Charcoal
- US Coast Guard Certification (UL Listed)
|XS/M||30" - 42"|
|L/XL||42" - 52"|
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I am only 4'11" and was worried this would be big on me. It fit like a glove once I tightened the straps. I love that the sides do not rub my arms when casting my rod. It is comfortable and feels great.