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Slipstream PFD

  • $ 139.95 MSRP

Slipstream PFD Description

A favorite for long distance touring and paddle guides, the Slipstream is loaded with pockets to keep gear close at hand. The mesh flap pocket stores lip balm, ID or small sunscreen. And the side zip pocket has a radio antenna pass-through port to keep your VHF secure in rough water. Fleece handwarmer pockets are perfect for cool mornings or when the fun begins at dusk. Foam panels zip tight together to give you the convenience of a zipper with the body-hugging performance of an over-the-head style PFD.

Upgraded for 2019:
Redesigned cargo pockets - increased size to carry radio. Added sturdy attachment loops right Solas reflective above the cargo pockets. Ripstop shell.

Slipstream PFD Reviews

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Slipstream PFD Specifications

  • Material Description:

    500D Cordura © shell/Polyester 3D Mesh liner

Additional Attributes

  • Form fitting low profile design with ease of front entry full zip
  • 3D Mesh Airflow liner for ventilation
  • 2 Large cargo pockets sized to hold a compact VHF radio and 2 fleece handwarmer pockets
  • Daisy Chain Attachement System front and back to attach gear
  • 6 points of adjustment, Z-strap cinch down & neoprene padded shoulders
  • SOLAS reflective panels & trim

Recommended Usage

  • Activity Type: Touring
  • Sport/Activity: Kayaking, Canoeing, Stand Up Paddling, Kayak Fishing

Where to Buy the Slipstream PFD

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MTI Adventurewear
Slipstream PFD Reviews

Read reviews for the Slipstream PFD by MTI Adventurewear as submitted by your fellow paddlers. All of the reviews are created and written by paddlers like you, so be sure to submit your own review and be part of the community!

I bought this pfd for a...

I bought this pfd for a minimalist summer only.  It seems to be more light weight than my other primary pfd (NRS Ninja).  It is a front zip.  The adjustment straps have straps to enable tucking away any extra strap, and keep "flapping"to a minimum.  the front has 2 securable pockets, 1 is zippered and has a small hole for an antenna of a radio. The other has a velcro closure. both are large enough for an item the size of a cell phone.  The lined hand pockets are not very large, and are not very functional as hand warmers in my opinion.

The strap placement, adjustability and very high quality materials make this my most comfortable pfd against bare skin, and it shows nearly no age after 3 years of wear.

There are pfds with more bells and whistles, but few that are more adjustable and comfortable.