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Extrasport made the Universal HiFloat Personal Flotation Device comfortable without sacrificing any buoyancy.

Thanks to crazy buoyancy and a comfortable Glidefit, the Extrasport Universal HiFloat Personal Flotation Device keeps you above the water line without that I'm-encased-in-a-block-of-Styrofoam feeling. This PFD also fits nearly anyone, as it works for chest sizes ranging from 30 to 56 inches. The GlideFit uses two different thicknesses of foam that glide on top of each other so you stay comfortable while you paddle and so you aren't overwhelmed with bulk. Two large cargo pockets hold your essentials—a map, sunscreen, and a flip line. Extrasport also gave this PFD reflective tape so people can see you easily in rescue situations.

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I am looking for a PFD with higher float...

I am looking for a PFD with higher float capacity for bigger water like Lwr Yough" , and the Black River III-IV, and other N. Eastern rivers at higer spring flow rates and colder water ie spring flows. I use a Stohlquist BRIK for most all conditions as fit is snug, remains in place on swims, I want the same secure fit from a bigger water PFD, but do not want to give up paddling mobility. I am 5'10,215,#'s only paddle OC1, not a yaker..any thoughts from paddlers who have worn in above water conditions and use? Thanks

personally I do not think my Kokatat OutFit can be beat. I have tried many times to get it to submerge or ride up in the water, it does neither

Write your question this good...

Write your question this good for people dont know how to swim//?COZ I LIKE TO TRY KAYAKING

It'll keep your head above water, but it's probably a good idea to know how to swim before venturing out. Especially if you're considering whitewater and don't know how to roll. If you flip the kayak, whether it's an 18 foot sea kayak or a 5 foot playboat, the life jacket won't help you.

1.) Is this a type III whitewater jacket?...

1.) Is this a type III whitewater jacket? (it should say on the inside of the back of the PFD).2.) What is the flotation?duh -- for those people as unobservant as I am, yes and 22lb (it was in the 'Tech Specs' on the right)