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Old 02 October 2006, 10:51   #1
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life jackets/impact jackets

for the slightly larger ribbers out there where do i buy a good impact jacket from?
i have a self inflating job,for cruising etc, but not ideal for messing or towing toys etc or when jet sking,,,
defo struggling to cover my large frame some what.
any links advice greatly appreciated


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second thoughts. nah!! stuff that i enjoy life to much, you are a long time dead..
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Talk to Crewsaver about their commercial rib jacket, similar in design to that used by the RNLI inshore crews.

Superb bits of kit.
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Gul Impact jacket in XL. It will be big enough!
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Talk to Crewsaver about their commercial rib jacket, similar in design to that used by the RNLI inshore crews.

Superb bits of kit.
They are very expensive; 400 comes to mind.
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