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Old 07-28-2011
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Life Jackets?

Where is a good place to buy a life jacket that the bounecy is good for a 240lbs Adult?

or do they all work good or should we use a RAFT? hahahaa

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If the 240lb adult has above average body fat then the buoyancy should not be a problem. Proper fit is more important.
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If the 240lb adult has above average body fat then the buoyancy should not be a problem. Proper fit is more important.
Agree. With my skinny body, I would shoot to the the bottom like a dart.

Lean tissue 1.09 g/ml
Adipose tissue 0.9 g/ml
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