Watersports buoyancy aid Artemis Racing BA2
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watersports buoyancy aid
watersports buoyancy aid
watersports buoyancy aid
watersports buoyancy aid
watersports buoyancy aid
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Characteristics

Intended use
watersports
User
men's
Material
foam

Description

Crewsaver, Technical Supplier of Artemis Racing is proud to introduce its pioneering new buoyancy aid designed exclusively with Artemis Racing for the prestigious 35th America’s Cup. As part of the exciting safety collaboration with Artemis Racing, Crewsaver developed the Artemis Racing BA2 50N buoyancy aid. The extreme foiling catamarans on which the team operates create a challenging environment requiring the very best in cutting edge performance from its safety equipment. The bespoke Artemis Racing BA2 50N has a removable Force Field CE level 2 full back protector, whilst articulated high density foam also protects the team’s front and sides from impact. BA2 50N is designed to be used in conjunction with a compressed air carbon cylinder and regulator. The cylinder is positioned on the back covered by a super-stretch neoprene pocket to reduce drag and snag risks. The low pressure hose runs over the shoulder and is protected by a neoprene shoulder panel with a burst zip for ease of release. The second stage with mouthpiece is located in a custom 3D pouch on the chest of the buoyancy aid for hands free access allowing full freedom of movement for the wearer. In addition BA2 offers a low profile with stretch-to-fit designs and approved to the CE ISO 12402 standard. High visibility shoulder panels and various equipment attachment points provide easy access to safety knives and communication equipment. The concealed rear pocket found on each buoyancy aid also offers great storage for a hydration pack where the shoulder panels act as a secure hydration tube exit.

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