3 Reasons Why You Should Buy An Inflatable Life Vest Today

manual_inflatable_life_vestIf you’re thinking about buying a new life jacket or other USCG approved PFD, you should think about whether or not you want to buy an inflatable life vest today.

Inflatable life vests have become extraordinarily popular over the last few years, as automatic flotation, sensor, and protection technology has improved.

Here are some of the top reasons why you should consider your next purchase an inflatable one!

Why Buy An Inflatable Life Vest?

High Level of Comfort

Comfort is one of the most important and most often overlooked aspects of finding the right life jacket.

In addition to just feeling better and more lightweight, inflatable vests are designed with comfort in mind. Having a comfortable vest means that you’re more likely to wear your vest more frequently.

This is an extremely important consideration when you’re on the water and one of the factors that will help keep you and your crew safe at all times.

Remember: Even the best life jacket only works when you wear it!

Full Range of Motion

Along with comfort, the compact size of the inflatable vests (when uninflated) means that they give you a wide range of motion.

This is great for any situation where you need full agility: regardless of whether you need to set a fishing line or gunning to win the weekly beer can race, having this flexibility will often come in handy.

One Size Fits Many

Unlike many fitted or foam vests, which come in a range of sizes, many inflatable life vests are designed to fit a wide range of adults.

This means that inflatable vests are a good option for outfitting your boat to accommodate a range of potential passengers, without having to purchase multiple sizes of vests.

Having fewer vests can help you save space, make it easier to find a vest for every passenger, and even helps justify the cost of splurging on premium life jackets for your boat.

For more information and to find a list of the top inflatable life jackets, click here.

 

Posted in Life Jackets and PFDs.

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