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Naturehike Swim Buoy is a Swimming Safety Float and a Trusted Companion for Open Water Swimmers.
Found on 2005, Naturehike focused on research and development light outdoor gear for more than 10 years, accumulated a lot of experience on producing light and portable our door gears. Our purpose is to provide a excellent outdoor adventure for every user of Naturehike, make their trip lighter and more comfortable, provide every Naturehike user with a home away from home.
Highly Visible Color
The marine grade PVC used to craft our flotation bags is a bright color, thus increasing its visibility when swimming open water, snorkeling & diving. (Does NOT replace personal flotation devices.)
All Purpose Float Bags
Use it as a jet ski buoy, a buoy for boat cruising, an open water swim buoy or a float dry bag for kayak trips. Can also be used as canoe float bags, buoy training aid, a buoy for swimming pools + so much more. Recommended For: open water swimming or diving, kayaking, snorkeling, canoeing, boating, competing in long distance swim competitions, lifeguard safety training and whitewater rafting.
This flotation cushion is strong, super durable & the interior is 100% weather-resistant when locked. Though it is rugged & heavy duty, the inflatable buoy is also conveniently lightweight & easy to pack.
Adjustable Waist Belt
Fitted with an adjustable buckle strap waistband, the swimming float bag never inhibits your ability to swim freely & comfortably. You'll even swim much faster since you won't have to hold anything by hand!Read more
1. Open the main compartment to store personal items.
2. Fold over the blue strip 3-4 times and attach the buckle.
3. Screw open the mouthpiece cap and inflate the air compartment
4. Put the belt around your waist and adjust so that it fits tightly.
5. Before swimming, ensure there is no leakage by submerging the buoy.Read more
With a 28L capacity, our swimming buoy is big enough to hold all of your swim gear & keep it dry. Load it with a towel, your swim goggles, a dry swimsuit, your wallet, your car keys, water shoes, etc.Read more