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life belt

a ring filled with buoyant material or air, used to keep a person afloat when in danger of drowning
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CamelBak designers and engineers worked with pro paddler Slater Trout to ensure all essential technical elements were included, such as quick-drying materials, paddle holsters, safety whistles, easy access cargo pockets, reflectivity and additional storage for an inflatable personal flotation device.
State law requires that children under age 12 wear a personal flotation device while on a watercraft.
According to the Personal Flotation Device Manufacturers Association, nine out of 10 drownings occur in inland waters, most within a few feet of safety and involving boats less than 20 feet long.
You should also wear a personal flotation device (also known as a life vest), sneakers to protect your feet, and a helmet.
Consumers have embraced the life jacket safety message and swarmed on RFD's inflatable yoke style 11A Personal Flotation Device (PFD) in staggering numbers.
The Coast Guard requires that kayaks carry a Personal Flotation Device.
While it's unconventional, we choose to wear a life preserver (or personal flotation device, if you will) when bodyboarding, and Stearns' Coast Guard-approved ergonomically designed vests, like the company's wetsuit, thankfully are available in double-XL.
Canine life jackets are typically used for the same reasons that a personal flotation device (PFD) would be used for a child.
Solicitation: Personal flotation device safety information harmonization in hypertext markup language
Coast Guard- approved personal flotation device (PFD) be on board the watercraft for each person on board.
1 Eighty-four percent of those who drowned were not wearing a personal flotation device (PFD) or life jacket, and 7 out of 10 boaters who drowned were on vessels less than 21 feet.
Personal flotation device (PFD) usage is a vital consideration here.

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