HIT Hydrostatic Inflatable PFD w/Sailing Harness - Red/Black - Automatic/Manual
This front entry PFD automatically inflates when submerged in 4” or more water pressure and features an integrated sailing harness for serious sailors. The lightweight 500D Cordura® outer shell is durable, and the neoprene collar provides all-day comfort. Heavy-duty stainless steel D-rings built into the front of the vest can attach to safety tethers.
The exclusive Hammar® Hydrostatic Inflator Technology (HIT) deploys only when submerged and not when hit with rain, spray, or humidity. The SecureZip stays closed during high winds but opens easily on inflation. A convenient window lets you check the indicator status, and you can also use the manual handle or oral tube to inflate the PFD at any time. The water-resistant pocket secures and protects your essentials. A whistle, strobe light holder, and SOLAR reflective tape all ensure additional on-the-water safety.
*Upon inflation, it is essential to inspect and re-arm your PFD before next use.
Front entry with buckle for convenient donning and doffing
Durable 500D Cordura® outer shell with reflective accents
Neoprene Comfort Collar prevents chaffing
Indicator window to check status (green means it's ready to go)
Hydrostatic Inflator Technology (HIT) only inflates when submerged in 4” or more of water pressure
Manual inflation handle allows you to inflate the vest at any time
Oral inflation tube for backup
Two heavy-duty stainless steel D-rings for use with tethers
Includes safety whistle for emergencies
SOLAS reflective tape on inflation cell enhances visibility in low light conditions
Holder for a strobe light
U.S.C.G. - Marine Buoyant Devices 160.076 - Type V Recreational
Color - Red/Black
Inflation - Automatic/Manual
CO2 Cylinder Size - 33 gram
Size - Universal Adult
Chest Size - 30" to 52" (76 to 132 cm)
Weight Capacity - ≥ 80 lb (≥36 kg)
*Sold as an Individual
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including ANTIMONY OXIDE (ANTIMONY TRIOXIDE),N,N-Dimethylformamide which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to P65Warnings.ca.gov.