The MTI Adventurewear Infant PFD is perfect for infants who are learning or unable to swim. Made from the highest quality nylon covering and ultra-soft foam core, the MTI Infant PFD is the best PFD for infants on the market. The MTI Infant PFD features an adjustable crotch strap to ensure your infant is securely in the PFD at all times for added safety and peace of mind. The MTI Infant PFD is finished off with an adjustable waist strap, a large grab loop, and a full supportive collar to ensure your infant is above the water and easy to pick up.
My overall review of the MTI Infant PFD is 5 out of 5. The MTI Infant PFD is the perfect choice for any parent who wants to include their infant in water activities, whether kayaking, canoeing, or just splashing around on the beach. The MTI Infant PFD is both comfortable and durable, and is sure to bring both you and your infant years of safe water fun.
USCG: Type II Buoyancy: 7 lbs. 5 oz. Available Colors: Lime/Yellow, Red/Blue, Yellow/Mango
Weight Capacity: 0 – 30 lbs.
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MTI Adventurewear Infant PFD Review, 4.0 out of 5 based on 5 ratings
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Written by James Stalker
James Stalker is a licensed kayak teacher and field guide with over 20 years of experience. James fell in love with adventure sports after facing a bout of cancer at a young age. He can be found traveling in some of the corners of the continent almost untouched by nearly anyone else. He lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.