Astral GreenJacket PFD

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The Astral Greenjacket rescue PFD sets the standard for whitewater pros.

It combines full rescue capabilities with the comfort, protection and style of today's best low-profile life jackets.

  • This Type V rescue vest features a 544kg tensile strength rescue harness with a quick release buckle and a Spectra® safety loop for emergency extractions.
  • Freestyle Tectonics allow the outer front panel to move freely with your upper body as the inner panel stays anchored in place.
  • "Flotection" armor plating along the sides of the vest protect your ribs and vitals from impact.
  • 500-denier Cordura® nylon with Gaia™ and PE foam flotation makes this a tough, environmentally friendly life jacket.
  • The large zippered clamshell front pocket has five compartments for stowing and organizing all your rescue gear.
  • Two zippered side cargo pockets give you room to keep those essentials close at hand.
  • Handy carabiner park for anchoring your tow tether biner.
  • Eight adjustment points ensure a custom fit.
  • A storage space behind the front panel gives you room to carry a small throw bag.
  • The front lash tab is a convenient place to hook your rescue knife.
  • Fleece-lined hand warmers are oh so welcome on frosty days.


Chest Measurements

S-M  78 - 93cm

M-L  96 - 111cm

L-XL  114- 129cm


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Astral, great value jacket.

The Astral Greenjacket feels very comfortable to wear and allows plenty of room for movement while paddling, without restriction, whether you are kayaking, canoeing or rafting. The Greenjacket has Plenty of easily accessible storage space including rescue knife stowage. I also like the idea of the Spectra® safety loop for emergency extractions. All in all, a great value rescue jacket.
Posted by Badger, 7th Mar 2017

Made for SUP

The Greenjacket is made for SUP, it's working really well. This PFD is comfortable, with plenty of storage and keeps me safely attached to my SUP when I need it to.
Posted by John Guilliatt, 2nd Mar 2017