Aquaglide Inflatable SUP Belt
Aquaglide Inflatable SUP Belt
Aquaglide Inflatable SUP Belt

Aquaglide Inflatable SUP Belt

Regular price $99.99 Sale price$79.99 Save $20.00

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New from Aquaglide, the Inflatable SUP Belt is a US Coast Guard and Transport Canada approved inflatable personal floatation device, available in one universal size designed to fit a wide range of paddlers. Ideal for all flatwater stand-up paddling applications, this low-profile belt pack is minimalist and low profile so that it is virtually invisible until you need it. When you do, a quick jerk of the manual inflation handle activates the replaceable 16gram CO2 cylinder, deploying the inflatable chamber to the minimum required buoyancy to comfortably float the user in a safe position. Buoyancy can then be adjusted higher or lower using the oral inflate/deflate tube conveniently positioned on inflatable chamber. In non-emergency situations, the oral inflation feature can be used instead of manual inflator, saving your CO2 cylinder for subsequent use. Completing the package is an included safety whistle with attachment lanyard. Safety, minimalist design, and a sophisticated aesthetic make the Aquaglide Inflatable SUP Belt the ideal companion to your Aquaglide iSUP for all your flat-water stand-up paddling adventures.
  • Harmonized USCG/TC Approval – Meets all regulatory and performance requirements for use in US and Canadian waterways
  • Universal Sizing – one size fits a wide variety of body types
  • Waist Belt Design – low profile and minimalist
  • Nylon Fabric Shell – lightweight and durable
  • Manual (CO2) and Oral Inflation- provides emergency and customized non-emergency buoyancy options
  • Manual Inflator – quickly and easily deploys inflatable chamber in emergency situations
  • Oral Inflate Deflate Tube – facilitates inflation/deflation of chamber to preferred buoyancy in non-emergency situations
  • Safety Whistle with Lanyard Attachment – an important value-added safety feature


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