NRS Sizing Chart
|Size||Chest Size||Dog's Weight||Flotation|
|XS||18"-24"||< 20 lbs.||2.7 lbs|
|S||22"-28"||20-40 lbs.||3.4 lbs.|
|M||26"-30"||40-60 lbs.||4.9 lbs.|
|L||30"-37"||60-80 lbs.||6.4 lbs.|
|XL||36"-41"||> 80 lbs.||7.9 lbs.|
4.5 out of 5
Great paddling PFD
August 25, 2011
I purchased the Ninja PFD to use for kayaking and surf ski racing. My old PFD had a tendancy to ride up near my ears, but no such issue with this well-fitting, low-profile vest. I'm a 5'4" full-figure woman and the medium fits great using the adjustment straps. I also like the "kangaroo" pouch on the front. It's an open pocket, but good for easy access to gloves, energy bars, or to just warm your hands in cold weather. The only recommendation I would make would be to include a mesh pocket on the back to hold a water bladder for long paddles.Pros: Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Cons: no water bladder pocket
Good little PFD
December 09, 2010
I bought this PFD for dingy sailing, frostbiting to be specific. Big appeal for me was the compact size and simplicity. I wanted a type 3 PFD that was small so I didn't get caught on the boom while tacking, and to feel uninhibited while moving in the boat. Bigger jackets can get caught up and lead to a capsize, not fun in the dead of winter. The Ninja meet these needs perfectly haven't been caught up once. The pocket between the two front foam layers is nice place to stuff a hat or gloves into when I need a quick minuet without. I'll keep a snack in the other front pocket on the outside of the jacket. Reminds me a little of the old Lotus designs jacket. Plenty of straps for tweaking. Before I got this jacket I was worried it wouldn't fit because I didn't have a "short torso". I'm pretty average size ; 5'10'' 177 lbs., chest 43''. I got a LG/XLG, fits with plenty of extra room for my layers.Pros: Great design, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Black, Blue, Green and Red.
Available sizes, while supplies last, include size extra extra large, size s/m and size l/xl: xxl, s/m, l/xl.