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Youth Reflex
Youth Reflex
Youth Reflex
Youth Reflex
Youth Reflex
Youth Reflex
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Youth Reflex

Model: MV703C | SKU: 062533875067
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A youth-sized (50-90lbs) version of our Reflex, the Youth Reflex offers a traditional canoe vest for a smaller paddler. Super soft liner and flexible foam make this jacket an ultra-comfortable option with a wide range of movement. Two cargo pockets give kids a place to keep treasure while reflective trim and a signal whistle keep them safe on the water.

Design Insights
  • Front entry with zipper
  • Durable 300D polyester shell
  • Soft 200D polyester liner
  • 7 points of adjustment
  • Adjustable shoulders with fabric buckle covers
  • 2 expanding cargo pockets
  • Reflective trim on front, back, and shoulders
  • Tethered signal whistle
Specs
  • USCG Approved Type III PDF.
  • Buoyancy: min 12lbs
  • Weight: 50-90lbs.
  • Fabric (shell): 300D Polyester
  • Fabric (liner): 200D Polyester
  • Entry Style: Front zipper
  • Webbing: Polypropylene
  • Foam: PVC and EPE
  • Weight: 0.8 lbs

Proposition 65 WARNING for California residents: https://mustangsurvival.com/pages/proposition-65.

Product Care
EVERY USE Rinse after use, especially after use in salt water. Hang to dry away from sunlight. OCCASIONALLY Hand wash in mild detergent to help prevent mildew, rinse and hang to dry. We like McNett™s Wetsuit and Drysuit Shampoo. McNett™s MiraZyme or Sink the Stink is good if your PFD has developed a funk, or you can use all natural Surf Remedy to shed the stink! SEASONALLY Inspect PFD for tears and holes, be sure zippers and buckles are working properly. If material is faded the fabric has probably lost strength. Foam deteriorates over time, so test your PFD and be sure it keeps your mouth out of the water. If you notice fraying of fabric or straps, serious UV damage, or crushed foam, please discard and replace with a shiny new MTI PFD.