Stearns Adult Classic Series Vest
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- Sizing: Adult Universal is 30"-52"(76-132), Adult Oversized is 52"-62"(132-157).
- Nylon construction
- Three buckle design
- Size: oversize
- Oversized: chests 52-62"
- Durable nylon
- Open-sided design
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Enjoy a comfortable day on the boat in a Stearns Adult Classic Series Vest. The US Coast Guard-approved PFD is designed with three adjustable chest belts that help make a day on the water a comfortable one. With webbed 1-in. straps, a durable nylon shell and PE foam inside, this life jacket is sure to be on the boat with you season after season.
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It fits the adults: heights 5'5" and 5"10. It does seem short for both of us, compared to other vests we've worn, but it fits. That's probably a good thing so that when we're sitting in a boat, it won't push up into our neck/chin.
There was one thing I was really surprised about and a bit disappointed. The vest does not go fully around your waist. You cannot see that from the picture provided on Amazon. It basically fits like a kid's apron...you can put it over your head and it covers you in the front and back, but not the sides. The material is attached at the shoulders, but not at the waist. It is open on the sides, except for the straps that wrap around and hold the front to the back by snapping them together in front. So, that makes it really adjustable for people from 130lbs to 220lbs. If you weigh more or less than that, or if you are taller than 5'10", you may want to go for a different size vest. This vest is too big for a 110lb. slim 5'4" teenager since, even after tightening the straps as much as possible, it still lifts up above the ears (the test of a good fit).
It is lightweight. The arm cutouts are EXTREMELY roomy which I would think is great for rowing. The front by the neck/chest (where the S logo is) is very narrow, so it's easy to move your arms too. You don't feel like a tin man. It seems to be made well and as long as straps are secured, it seems like it would hold up well and hold a person up well in the water. It is bulky, but not too bulky. (Not flattering from a profile view.) For a child or teen, I think I'd feel more secure with a vest that went completely around the waist.