O'Neill Wake Waterski Infant USCG Vest
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- Infant vest for 30lbs and under
- USCG Approved Vest Head Support Panel with Safety Loop
- Adjustable Safety Belt between legs
- Lightweight Fluid Foam Neoprene Shell
- Quick Release Dual Safety Buckles
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|Apparel Occasion and Lifestyle||diving|
|Item Display Weight||3 pounds|
|Item Weight||1 pound|
|Package Height||5.8 x 11.7 x 12.7 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.3 pounds|
Days on the lake are a family affair and O’Neill has the little hellians covered. The same attention to fit and quality that we put into our adult vest line goes into this comprehensive youth series. Youth, Child, and Infant vests are available in neoprene and nylon versions. The most trusted name in the water delivers again.
Sometime around 1952, Jack O'Neill opened the first surf shop in a garage across the Great Highway. He shaped a few balsa surfboards and sold accessories like paraffin wax and few vests (glued together from neoprene). When the vests started selling, Jack decided to go into the wetsuit business. His friends laughed. They asked him what he planned to do for business after the handful of surfers in the area had bought one. Jack said he'd cross that bridge when he got to it.
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Top Customer Reviews
It is super bulky in front, the back is not at all bulky, and the head rest floatie part is enough out of the way that it's not a bother to anyone. Well, my son has jumped off diving boards wearing this, so I was able to witness how this immediately turns him onto his back, and loved it. Of course, either his dad or I were nearby to help get him to the edge of the pool, and even then the PFD was handy. It has that awesome handle which can be seen in the item pictures, which makes dragging the child just so, so easy. This is getting passed on to a younger cousin at the end of this summer, because I doubt my son will still fit it a year from now. But it honestly still looks new, and it is totally secure.
Oh, the strap that wraps down between the legs is meant to keep the vest securely in place, rather than have a child slip out from under or from having the PFD ride too high around the neck and chin, is very good. It has never slipped lose, and it has worked perfectly even when my son jumped straight down, legs first, from a diving board, which is probably the most force that has been placed on that strap from our use. I 100% recommend this vest to anyone with a baby or toddler.
Yes, the child might initially protest having this thing on their little body, but who cares? The 1 or 2 year old doesn't get to decide whether they'll wear a PFD or not, it is the parents' decision. Children soon forget they're wearing it if they enjoy being in pools or the ocean. They'll be having too much fun to care soon enough.