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Our exclusive Membrane Inflatable Technology (MIT) and durable high-tenacity nylon face fabric combine for a lightweight and flexible fit. Stay comfortable with an adjustable waist belt accommodating outer layers and large arm cutouts that ensure unencumbered movement. An inflation cord for manual deployment lets you choose when and where you need support. The 1-fold design simplifies re-packing, and safety checks are made easy with the inflator inspection window and access flap. When inflated, the MIT 100 Manual Inflatable PFD provides a reassuring 28 lb of buoyancy and will turn most users face up. Enjoy your adventures, knowing you are well-equipped for any situation.


  • 1-fold design is easy to repack
  • Inflator inspection window and access flap allow for easy safety checks
  • Inflates via manual inflation cord
  • High visibility contrasting fabric when inflated
Title Description
Ideal For Boating, Sailing, Fishing, paddling
Material 500D Cordura Nylon
Weight (lbs) 1.32
Buoyancy 28
Approval Type III
Inflation Manual
Inflator Type Halkey Roberts
Re-Arm Kit Re-arm Kit D (MODEL #MA2014)
Belt Extender 1.5” belt extender (Model # MA7637/ sold separately)



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