A rescue jacket for a child. It protects children who cannot swim or are unconscious against drowning. It meets requirements of the SOLAS Convention.
A collar made of displacement foam turns people in water to face up and always keeps the head above a water surface. It features a vivid orange colour, reflective tapes, and a whistle. A crotch belt prevents the jacket from slipping off the body incidentally; a handle on the back makes it easy to get a child out of water. It is fastened with two buckles in the front..
Baby and Child sizes have been made out of a material featuring octopuses.
The rescue jacket is designed for children who cannot swim and spend time near water.
• A safety belt (with a buckle and length adjustment)
• A chest drawstring (with a buckle and length adjustment)
• A whistle
• SOLAS reflective tapes
• A crotch belt
• Drawstrings (under a neck, in a waist)