You've got your paddle, and your canoe's all loaded up. Slide on the Magellan Outdoors™ Universal Paddle Life Jacket, adjust the straps and head out for a day on the water. The high foam back keeps you comfortable on high-back seats. Kick back and relax as you paddle across the lake, and enjoy the breeze as you drift along.
Features and Benefits
Made with 200-denier nylon oxford material and a breathable mesh lower back
6 adjustment straps for a custom, secure fit
High foam back accommodates high-back seats
Comfortable neoprene shoulder pads
Large front pocket
USCG-approved Type III life jacket/personal flotation device
Manufacturer warranty - general:
1 year limited
What's in the Box
Magellan Outdoors™ Universal Paddle Life Jacket
Rated 4 out of
A must have for paddlingWe purchased four of these a few weeks ago. They design is a must have for paddling, especially for sit in kayaks. Quality seems to be as good as any others we looked at. The price was half of the other brands.
Date published: 2017-06-25
Rated 5 out of
Great life jacketsI purchased 2 (1 in store and 1 online) of these life jackets for use while using a stand up paddle board. They are very adjustable. My 10 year old daughter and I can wear the same size. She's an average size girl and I'm a size 12 woman. The side straps and shoulder straps allow it to fit a wide variety of sizes. The vest did not interfere with paddling at all. I chose this vest because of the lack of material on the sides that might rub while paddling--that was a good choice. The color is a lovely light and darker teal, very true to the picture. After falling into the cold April river waters, I was very happy to have it on. This was a superb choice. Even though i didn't shell out big bucks for a life vest, I can't imagine liking ones any better than these.
Can this be used for fishing or boating in general?
Asked by: General use
Hello General use,
The Magellan Outdoors Universal Paddle Life Jacket is USCG-approved Type III life jacket/personal flotation device and is good for calm, inland waters, or where there is a good chance for fast rescue.
Answered by: TaraR
Date published: 2017-07-18
Is the front pocket large enough to hold an iPhone 6+ ?
Asked by: LaceyC
Yes it is, but make sure you have the phone in a waterproof bag