A buoyancy aid should be considered an essential equipment, whether you are out dinghy sailing, stand up paddle boarding, kayaking or enjoying any water sport.
Unlike a life jacket, a buoyancy aid won't float you the right way up in the water. It provides the wearer some extra buoyancy when in the water. With foam placed on the chest and back, the user has much more freedom of movement when in the water.
Buoyancy aids have adjustable side straps and shoulder straps, this means you can get a comfortable fit over your sailing clothing or wetsuit.
Take a look at our range of 50n buoyancy aids available from Crewsaver, Gill, Jobe and Typhoon.
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