Stohlquist Add-A-Buoy Buoyancy Bladder

Stohlquist Add-A-Buoy Buoyancy Bladder
Stohlquist Add-A-Buoy Buoyancy Bladder
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Add-A-Buoy Buoyancy Bladder by Stohlquist
The Stohlquist Add-A-Buoy Buoyancy Bladder is designed to fit inside the front pocket of the Stohlquist Descent PFD for increased buoyancy when running big rapids or paddling sketchy open water. The buoy adds five pounds of additional buoyancy and increases the lift and face-up tendency of the life vest.

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SKU: STO001K
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