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PRACTICE SAFE SUP
The most important thing aside from fun, is safety. Every paddler should know their limits and paddle within them. Certain safety equipment can make your paddles both safer and more fun.
MTI SUP Safety Belt Pack
The all new SUP Safety belt uses the same bladder and fanny pack style from the MTI Fluid 2.0, but condenses it into half the size. This type III Coast Guard approved PFD is the smallest and lightest in its class. A simple rip cord design inflates the deployable bladder via CO2 cartridge.
- Zippered Storage Pocket
- 2 movable D rings for gear attachment
- Indicator window shows status of CO2 (armed/disarmed)
- Uses an included bayonet style 24g CO2 cartridge
- Bladder is easy to fold and return to fanny-pack after deployment
SIZE: Adult Universal (30"-52")
USER: More than 80 LBS. and at least 16 YEARS OLD
USCG: Type lll
*The US Coast Guard officially classifies SUPs as vessels and requires every paddler to have a PFD on board at all times (except when paddling in a surf zone).
HOWZIT SUP LEASH
Howzit stand up paddle leashes come in five great colors and fit great. The neoprene/velcro ankle strap provides pressure relief and reliable hold when paddling in the roughest conditions.