A robust and comfortable back flotation jacket that integrates numerous performance features to deliver outstanding comfort and easy handling.
- Back flotation technology positions air bladder in the back, providing exceptional freedom of movement around chest and shoulders
- 3-dump deflation system enables divers to dump air from a variety of underwater positions
- Streamlined air cell technology
- Automatic volume control of air cell through compression straps
- Rotating Quick Release shoulder buckles and adjustable shoulder straps improve fit by following the divers movements
- Dual zippered pockets with rollout pocket- easily accessible with an expandable compartment for varying amounts of accessories
- Soft neoprene neck roll and padded back pad provide a skin-friendly padding for significantly more comfort
- Firmly padded, flexible cummerbund compensates for changes in the suit resulting from varying depths
- Zippered cargo pockets
- Ergonomic harness incorporates anatomically-shaped components to allow for even load distribution
- Quick-release integrated weight system offers more comfort and convenience. Pouches accommodate from 10lb to 12lb each (depending on size) and are secured in specially-designed pockets with oversized buckles.
- Two rear trim pockets counterbalance front weights and provide a well-balanced swimming position
- 1000 denier nylon outer bladder and 420 denier nylon inner, for maximum resistance to punctures and abrasion
- Pre-bent stainless steel D-rings
- Type of flotation: Back Floatation
- Quick release (y/n): Yes
- Integrated Weight System (y/n): Yes
- Materials: 1000 Denier Nylon
- Lift capacity : Lift in pounds; 56 all sizes
SCUBAPRO first appeared in the scuba diving world in the early 1960`s. It was guided by two men, Gustav Dalla Valle and Dick Bonin. They brought to the market many innovations for diving that are still being used today. The 1964 catalog featured everything the diver could want, including regulators, recompression chambers, and submarines. In 1965 the first version of the Jet fin first appeared. After 40 years the fin is still popular with technical and military divers worldwide and is one of the most copied scuba products ever sold. In 1966 the catalog also added the Automatic Decompression meter, a forerunner to the modern dive computer. Back mount BC`s, weight integrated systems, the Classic style STAB jacket, and other innovations continued to be introduced throughout the years.