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Astral Blue Jacket

Online Price£189.00

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The succesor to the Sea Wolf is here and its everything we wanted it to be!

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The Astral Blue Jacket is a light weight side entry buoyancy aid aimed at touring and sea paddlers but can also be used for lower grade white water or fishing. The Blue Jacket utilizes Astral's 'Techtonics' two panel fit system where the front buoyancy foam is actually 2 pieces.  The lower inner panel 'wraps' securely round your stomach while the upper panel - the one with the pocket - floats above it.  This effectively stops the jacket riding up and allows for maximum mobility. You get a great fit and an incredibly comfortable buoyancy aid  that also features a raft of great storage and technical features.

Primary storage comes via the large 'clam shell' pocket on the upper chest panel allows you to keep everything in one place while using internal pockets and dividers to help organise the space.  Two small openings in the top corners of the pocket allow for a radio antenna.  Additional storage can be found on the two zippered hip cargo pockets.  A 'Hydrovent' mesh panel on the inside of the rear foam piece allows for airflow and breathability while also doubling up as a sleeve for a hydration bladder with hose routing over either shoulder.

Product Features 
Reflective accents and light attachment points on shoulder straps
3 Side entry buckles
Hook and Loop on side webbing straps to tidy away the loose ends
Foam Insert: PVC Free Gaia® & 100% PE Foam
Shell Fabric: 200 x 400 Denier Ripstop Nylon
Liner Fabric: 200 Denier Light Weight Nylon Webbing: Polypro
Zipper: YKK® Self Locking Vislon Teeth
Hardware: Heavy Duty Acetal and Stainless Steel
Weight: 2 lbs / 32 oz / 907.18 gr
Design Buoyancy: 15.5lbs
Astral Size Guide - PFDS 
Size  S/M M/L L/XL
Chest 31 - 37" 38 - 44" 45 - 51"

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