Adult SL Nylon Life Jacket 40"-60"
The Adult Nylon Life Jacket 40"-60" (Case of 6) features the classic open sided styling of a PFD at an affordable price. These life jackets include outer quick release buckles and 1" thick belts for a secure fit. There is a 10 case (60 piece) minimum when ordering this item, styles can be combined to meet minimum.
- US COAST GUARD-APPROVED PFD TYPE III.
- 40"-60" Chest size
- 90 lbs. & Over
- 1" belt/buckle design
- 200 Denier nylon oxford fabric outer
- Soft PE foam construction
Custom Silkscreen: Camera-ready artwork must be provided. This can be a clear, one color scannable image (no faxes, please) or digital art in Freehand, Illustrator, EPS format. We can also accept a tif or jpeg high resolution file (300dpi or higher).
- $50.00 one time screen charge. Artwork will be kept on file.
- $3.00 per piece
- 4 week lead time
- One color screen only
- 150 piece minimum for custom logo
** It is important to us to provide our customers the best shipping available. In order to minimize product cost, some items are shipped directly from the manufacturer. Freight cost will not be included at check out for this item. After receipt of your order we will research the best freight cost for your item, and it will be added to final invoice **
Our Price: $21.20
Min Order Quantity: 6
COMMON SIZE RATIOS FOR LIFE JACKET PURCHASES
Suggested size breakdown for a 144‐piece order:
Economy Life Jackets ‐Nylon fabric‐covered foam USCG Type III (Infant is USCG Type II) Economy life jackets are packaged in cases of 6 and must be ordered in case lots.
|Infant (with Head Pillow)
Life Jacket Cleaning
In the pool and waterpark industry, life jackets are used in chlorinated water, which innately kills germs.
They can be washed as needed; but most importantly, after each use life jackets should be hung to dry
completely. Hanging the life jackets is very important to retard the formation of mildew. The life jackets
can be cleaned if needed with a solution of 1 T. chlorine bleach per gallon of clean water. A large
container, such as a 55‐gallon drum, works best to clean a large quantity of life jackets.
Life jacket racks are commonly used, for visibility in the park and longevity of the life jacket. The rack is
typically a 3‐ or 4‐tier structure with dowels to hang the life jackets. The smaller sizes are placed on the
bottom tiers where they are easily accessible to children, with adult sizes on the upper tiers.