Are you curious about Patagonia life jackets and just how effective these products are? Patagonia life jackets are some of the top life jackets used by people engaging in activities from kayaking to surfing. These life jackets are light and durable, have adjustable straps and are comfortable to wear for hours at a time. Having been started back in the 1960s, Patagonia has been around for a long time and offers a long line of products for those that love the outdoors. Below is a brief roundup, collected from around the web, of some of the top life jackets offered by Patagonia.
- Patagonia Rio Serrano PFD. Reviews of the Rio Serrano PFD (personal floating device) give this life jacket a seven out of seven for being comfortable, having good ventilation and being of quality construction. These life jackets are great for boating and sailing.
- Patagonia Lola Life Jacket. The Lola life jacket from Patagonia also has great reviews, as some consumers call it "amazing" and are extremely happy at how comfortable the jacket wears. This life jacket has the cut of a shirt and a foam interior, and the mesh pocket is expandable. It has straps that adjust to fit all torso lengths.
Patagonia Highwater Vest PFD. All Patagonia life jackets are made for buoyancy in water. These jackets are made so that the head stays above water and the wearer is assured the straps and buckles are tight enough to keep the jacket in place. The Highwater Vest PFD is great for those who love to fly fish and sells for around $100.
- Patagonia Mesh Back PFD. The Mesh Back PFD is great for wearing in the heat, as the mesh allows the jacket to breathe. These particular jackets from Patagonia are also U.S. Coast Guard-approved and eco-friendly.
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