How to Choose a PFD Life Jacket?
WHAT IS A PFD? WHY HAVE ONE?
INCREDIBLE FUN WITH THE RIGHT LEVEL OF SAFETY
Water is incredibly fun to be around but it can be dangerous. A personal flotation device unlocks a whole new world of fun experiences, allowing you to do them safely. Not only is it sensible, it is also the law to be suitably protected when on the water.
Check your local state regulations for what type, where and when PFD's must be worn.
Do try them on and check they fit. Then try to do the actions you will be doing for your chosen sport to check for potential rubbing or chaffing. e.g. Sit in one of our kayaks and check you can paddle comfortably.
LEVEL 150 (TYPE 1)
Level 150 PFDs provide greater buoyancy support when a higher level of performance is needed.
Designed to keep you in a "face up' floating position. Suitable for offshore and general boating.
LEVEL 100 (TYPE 1)
Level 100 PFD's are designed to keep you in a "face up' floating position.
These are the minimum requirement for offshore use. Can be used for general boating.
LEVEL 50 (TYPE 2)
Level 50 PFD's have less buoyancy than a PFD Type 1 or Level 100.
Normally used for sailing, waterskiing, kayaking, canoeing, wind surfing & personal watercraft.