Baltic Lifejackets launches lifejacket for women

Baltic Lifejackets, Sweden, has launched its first female specific lifejacket, the Athena.

Its claimed to be a lightweight, slim, and supple lifejacket with an ergonomic design which makes it easy to put on. It’s secured in place with a padded Velcro and quick release buckle.

The 33G CO2 auto inflation valve is positioned on a diagonal axis away from the bust, to prevent chaffing. The jacket is 165N and fully adjustable to suit all sizes and shapes. It comes with padding for extra comfort and an airy mesh lining.

Available in one size (40 – 120 Kg) with a chest width of 70 – 140 cm. Colour options: white/pink, navy/white, and black/grey.

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