The NRS Ninja PFD Life Jacket - PFD is a low-profile life jacket. The NRS Ninja PFD is perfect for kayakers and boaters with short torsos. It's a compact design that won't interfere with paddling, rowing and swimming. A side entry, with two quick release buckles, is secure and easy to put on and take off. Check Fit Guide tab for proper sizing. Closeout 2016 model.
|Approval:||USCG Type III|
|Shell Fabric:||500-denier Cordura|
|Black - S/M||40013.01.104||0603403143291|
|Black - 2XL||40013.01.107||0603403143321|
|Red - 2XL||40013.01.108||0603403143338|
|Infant||< 30 lbs.|
|Child||22" - 25"||30-50 lbs.|
|Youth||24" - 29"||50-90 lbs.|
|XS/S||28" - 32"|
|S/M||33" - 40"|
|L/XL||38" - 46"|
|L/XXL||40" - 58"|
|XXL||42" - 50"|
|Universal||30" - 58"|
Exactly as described by the video. This PFD is compact on my upper body with plenty of room to move my arms and doesn't get between my lower back and the seat. Quality seems very good. I haven't been in the water to test buoyancy, but the foam seems adequate, although a bit bulky when compared to neoprene. I would recommend this PFD.
NRS Ninja PFD Life Jacket - PFD: I like it. Yeah, it is just a little bit bulky in front, but it's cut well for plenty of unrestricted arm movement for paddling. As for the "little bit of bulk", I'm an ex-Coast Guards man, and I understand the need for good floatation. So...I like "a bit bulky" a lot!. I know I can easily stay afloat until I figure out how to get back into the 'yak while in deep water.