Astral Otter 2.0 Youth PFD


Color: Cherry Creek Red
Size: Universal
Price:
Sale price$155.00

Description

The Astral Otter 2.0 Youth PFD is a comfortable, durable and high quality youth PFD that your kids will want to wear! Filled with extremely comfortable, organic and sustainable Kapok, the Otter 2.0 is constructed with the same attention to detail and quality as Astral adult PFDs.
    Features
    • Three Buckle Front Entry is easy for kids to take on and off.
    • Back Grab Handle lets you easily snag your youngster from the river if they start drifting off!
    • Removable Leg Loops keep smaller children from falling out of the PFD but can be quickly removed when not in use.
    • Quick Drying and Durable ripstop nylon outer keeps the Otter 2.0 looking great and protects it for years of use.
    • Two Front Zipper Pockets are easily accessible and let kids store their river treasures.

    We want to ensure that you are getting the best gear, with the best service, at the best price!

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