NRS Rapid Rescuer PFD

Item number: 901951

  • Weight: 1,5 kg
  • Profile: High
  • Outer material: 400-denier ripstop nylon
  • Entry system: Front zipper
  • Back padding: foam panel
  • Pockets:
    2 X Front
  • Adjustment system:
    4 X side
    2 X shoulder
    2 X waist
  • Additional features:
    SOLAS reflective strips
    Quick detachable harness
    Webbing loops for leg straps (sold separately)
    Placard patch
  • Special Feature:
    Universal Plus fit 76 - 147 cm chest circumference.

Certified in accordance with CE EN 393


275,00 €

including 19% VAT. , no shipping costs

Short supply

There are variations of this item. Please select the variation you wish.

Built to the standards of rescue professionals, the NRS Rapid Rescuer PFD goes beyond a flotation device. With advanced features, the Rapid Rescuer becomes a wearable tool during an emergency.

  • Constructed with 400-denier Ripstop Nylon to handle unexpected snags and debris often experienced in rescue situations.
  • Zippered front entry for quick on and off with backup buckles for added security under stress.
  • Four-panel chest design for enhanced comfort and freedom of movement with a single, thin panel of foam in the back.
  • Interconnected webbing creates a harness for maximum security in live bait scenarios.
  • Interior silicone-coated webbing strip on the bottom of the jacket prevents ride up.
  • Pocket configuration designed for maximum functionality with interior organization including webbing attachment points and zippered mesh pockets.
  • 2" quick-release rescue belt with stainless steel ring for live bait and other swiftwater rescue techniques.
  • Integrated connection points for leg straps (sold separately).
  • SOLAS reflective elements for safer night ops.
  • Hook-and-loop patches on the chest and across the back shoulder for departmental placarding.
  • Universal Plus sizing will fit chest sizes between 76 and 147 cm with eight adjustment points for a customized fit.
  • This jacket is certified in accordance with CE EN 393