MoveVent Dynamic Vest Description
MoveVent - A vest that conforms to your body like a glove, yet its innovative vented channels help to keep you cool while paddling. The NEW MoveVent series of paddle sports vests feature excellent mobility, sculpted foam designs that conform to your body, and mesh ventilation in the front and back to allow for maximum airflow. Look for the many features and benefits of the torsion, dynamic, and curve vests that make up the NEW MoveVent product line and accommodate all levels of paddling.
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MoveVent Dynamic Vest Specs and Features
- Material Description: 200 denier nylon ripstop and nylon oxford
- Soft, lightweight flotation foam
- SOLAS grade reflective material for visibility
- Expandable zippered pocket with mesh drainage
- Lash tab for small accessories
- Drying loop on back
- Attached whistle for safety
- Provides excellent mobility for recreational paddle sports (canoe, kayak, SUP)
- Ventilation in front and back to keep you cool
- Mesh in lower back fits high back seats and sit-on-top kayaks
- Sculpted and flexible design conforms to you and stays in place
- Shoulder adjustments with neoprene comfort pads
- Adjustable side belts
- Strong, durable zipper closure
- Zip assist loop at zipper base
MoveVent Dynamic Vest Reviews
Love how this vest fits and…
Love how this vest fits and feels. The mesh back and adjustable straps help to create a perfect fit without it being too restrictive when paddling. I barely even notice that I have it on. The whistle and little pocket are a nice touch. For reference, I am 5'4" and about 120 lbs, and the XS/S is perfect.
I love it. Got one from Dicks…
I have used the Men's Onyx…
I have used the Men's Onyx MoveVent Dynamic vest for three seasons and have found it to be very comfortable. After the initial shock of having it on and the robust chestyiness one feels, I am very impressed with it's comfort. It easily adjusts to wear over a light shirt or heavier clothing and rain gear. It has never restricted my movements for kayaking, even when using my DSL camera or when fishing. After getting used to it I hardly know it's there, just as it should be.
I have not had the opportunity to test it's effectiveness when in the water.