Astral Aquavest 300 Limited Ed

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The limited-edition Astral Aquavest 300 LE6 puts a new spin on a familiar classic. Formerly the flagship of the Astral line, the Aquavest 300 has long been a favorite of big water expedition paddlers. This limited edition Type V Rescue life jacket features some dandy new styling, including an embroidered cow (if you know where to look).Quick release rescue belt: Removable 1 1/2 inch webbing belt and O-Ring designed for towing, anchoring or strong swimming rescues.Front flotation panels are positioned low around the torso for greater freedom of motion while paddling or rowing.Flotection in side panels protects your body's vital core from impacts.Continuous suspension shoulder-harness adjusts automatically for a comfortable fit.Reinforcement webbing is sewn throughout the jacket. This creates a "harness" of strength that will secure around you in the event you are hoisted from your shoulder straps.A large zippered front pocket holds snacks and safety essentials.A reach-through fleece-lined handwarmer pouch doubles as spot to stow a compact throw bag. Self-conforming, buckle-free shoulder system for comfort and security.A small zippered side pouch gives you more storage, plus you can slip the carabineer on your tow line behind it for safe keeping.A 1200 lb quick-release rescue harness and a Spectra(R) safety loop round out the safety features on this PFD.Back foam panel is compatible with hydration systems.Design flotation: 16.5 lbs.


Astral Aquavest 300 Limited Ed

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The Astral Aquavest 300 Limited Ed is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 3, 2013 at NRS.

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