Reviews for MTI Freefall PFD
Based On: 2 Reviews
The zipper on my Freefall failed during use (teeth pulled apart) after one season. Luckily it happened while I was practicing my roll on a pond and not on a river were I needed to count on it. The zipper was awkward to pull up from the day I purchased the PFD. Next time I'll go with a top down zipper...and, there is no attachment point for a knife.
09-07-2005Submitted by: unbridledv
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This pfd would be good for taller people. I used it 3 times. It had plenty of room for paddling, but kept riding up on me (Iím short). Once I had it cinched down, I practically had to be a contortionist to get out of it. Itís a class 5 pfd, so I think whitewater yakers would be happier with this. It was a little bulky in the midriff.
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