Peak UK Marathon Racer

Peak Touring PFDs

The Peak Marathon Racer is a lightweight, low profile buyancy aid that offers plenty of storage space.

£99.00

Peak UK Marathon Racer Buoyancy Aid PFD In Black

Peak Marathon Racer - Black

Peak UK Marathon Racer PFD in Blue

Peak UK Marathon Racer PFD Back in Blue

 

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Peak UK Marathon Racer

 

The Peak Marathon Racer is a very comfortable PFD designed to be lightweight and low profile, yet provide storage options for some small essentials and a hydration pack. The Marathon Racer is popular with distance touring paddlers, sea kayakers and is also great for general recreational sit-on-top and sit-in kayak paddling. This is a buoyancy aid that is so comfortable, you can wear it all day long.

 

The Peak Marathon Racer has multiple adjustment straps offering a body hugging fit, and the ultra-low 'Olympic' cut provides complete freedom-of-movement whilst paddling. A large central front pocket offers space to keep small safety essentials or even a drinks bottle. If you want integrated hydration then the Marathon Racer has a large rear pocket for a hydration bladder. Available in a Hi-Viz Lime/Blue and Orange/Blue colour options.

Features

  • ISO Approved
  • Olympic cut with clean lined styling
  • Unique, patent pending front opening wrap style PFD
  • Tough ripstop 600d polyester / nylon shell. 55-80N of Gaia environmentally friendly soft flotation foam
  • Figure hugging shoulder adjusters with padded covers
  • Neoprene sides with snag free concealed side adjustment
  • Cavernous front pocket with phone, sling and camera compartments
  • Knife and twin karabiner pockets with gear clips
  • All pockets have metal zip sliders and sewn drainage holes
  • Integrated shoulder, waist and adjustable length harness system
  • Split D rings for cowstail attachment
  • Shoulder whistle clip
  • Sizes: L10/12. L14/16. LXL. XXL

Size Guide


Peak UK PFD, Buoyancy Aid & lifejacket sizing guide

 

Please contact us on 01202 625256 if you have any questions about the Peak UK Marathon Racer