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Always trust your guru - your Guru PFD from NRS, anyway. Tough and ready for repeated use, this Cordura vest will keep you afloat when necessary with 16.5 pounds of floatation provided by 7 hinged panels that flex with you as you paddle.
- Mountain Gear
Today's personal floatation devices (PFD) are vastly improved from what your Aunt Nellie called a life jacket. The Guru PFD from NRS is a great example of a form-fitting PFD that allows unrestricted movement for all of your paddling needs. The seven-panel design and eight adjustment points create a snug, personalized fit. Zippered front entry makes the Guru easy to put on and take off.
- Altrec Outlet
Type III: Finally, a PFD as enlightened as you are. The NRS Guru will lift you safely from the soggy foam in a swim. And the body conforming 7-panel design snugs tight in treacherous waters. Free yourself from paddling anxieties; seek out the Guru from NRS.NRS will donate $5.00 from the purchase of every pink Guru PFD to Paddling for Cancer Awareness. This volunteer organization reaches out to boaters of all types at events and gatherings to educate and encourage early detection and treatment as well as lifestyle changes to enhance survival.Strong 200-denier ripstop nylon protects the seven hinged flotation panels from abrasions.The flotation panels wrap snugly around your torso and eight adjustment points ensure a personalized fit.The foam panels give you a full 16.5 lbs. of flotation for lots of bouyancy and the generous arm holes don't restrict your movements.The zippered front entry makes this life jacket easy to put on and take off.Reflective tape and piping make you visible through fog and low-light conditions.Includes a lashtab on the front and a webbing loop on the back for a strobe.Two generous pockets for other equipment or a VHF radio and a plastic D-ring in one to attach your keys.