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07/29/2020 how do you blow up the jacket Edit
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The jacket is not inflatable. It is a foam flotation vest. 

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 07/29/2020
02/21/2019 hello im 175 lbs can this vest help me Edit
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The sizing is as follows:


  • Fits: Above 90 lbs.

  • Chest size: 30" to 52"

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 02/22/2019
10/05/2018 Are these life jackets approved by DOT Canada ? Edit
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It is only USCG approved.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 10/06/2018
04/12/2018 I weigh 250lbs have size 48 chest will this fit? Edit
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Yes, this will fit.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 04/13/2018
12/29/2017 do you have a size chart? I'm 150 # and she's 115. Edit
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We do not have a sizing chart however this life jacket is rated for the following:  


  • Fits: Above 90 lbs.

  • Chest size: 30" to 52".

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 12/29/2017
03/25/2017 is this CSA approved? Edit
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No, this life jacket is not approved by Canadian Coast Guard, Transport Canada, or Fisheries and Oceans Canada.

You can view Canada's life jacket recommendations here: https://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/marinesafety/debs-obs-equipment-lifejackets-information-1324.htm 

Answered by Cassondra on 03/28/2017
06/23/2016 can i use it to learn how to swim in a pool? Edit
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Yes! If wearing a lifejacket helps you feel more comfortable or secure, go for it! But lifejackets may restrict movement and you will need to develop the proper technique so don't rely on it for too long. You can find an instructor who works well with non-swimming adults. A great resource to locate quality swim instructors is the U.S. Swim School Association.

Answered by Cassondra on 07/29/2016