Stearns® Child Hydroprene Life Jacket

Item # WX2-208211

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Stearns® Child Hydroprene Life Jacket. Towing the kids in a tube? This Jacket will keep 'em safe in case of spills!

When your child hops on an innertube, they should always be strapped into a life jacket, and this one's the bee's knees! With Hydroprene material, there's no "bulky" feel at all... it's lightweight and breathable so you feel comfy all day long! And this Life Vest has all the top-end features you've come to expect from Sevylor... this Coast Guard-approved Life Jacket is the perfect way to ward off major issues. Features a soft, smooth nylon outer shell and super-secure 2-buckle closure for easy on / off. Leg strap keeps the Jacket secure. For children from 30-50 lbs.

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