Stearns Puddle Jumper Child Life Jacket, Blue Crab

The Stearns Puddle Jumper Child Life Jacket helps young children swim and have fun safely in the water. This life jacket for kids is durably constructed with a nylon shell to withstand steady use at the lake, in the pool, or on a boat. The comfortable design gives kids more freedom to swim and play while providing excellent stability in the water. This child life vest is US Coast Guard approved and specially fitted for children weighing between 30 and 50 pounds, making it great for beginners learning to swim. An adjustable buckle at the back ensures a secure fit and makes it easy to get your little one in and out of the life jacket.

Product Features

  • US Coast Guard-approved Type V/III life jacket for kids
  • Durable nylon shell
  • Colorful, kid-friendly design
  • Adjustable buckle at the back offers a secure fit
  • Designed for children weighing 30 to 50 pounds
  • Certified for use on boats
  • US Coast Guard-approved life jacket
  • Woven polyester for softer fabric with less chafing
  • Learn-to-swim aid for beginners in the water
  • Weight: 30 – 50 lbs
  • Adjustable buckle snaps in back

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3 Responses to Stearns Puddle Jumper Child Life Jacket, Blue Crab

  1. Dayyana says:

    Baby seeks freedom! He’s 10 months-old today, weighing about 8.5 kg/ 19 lbs and has decided that he is too big for a baby floatie ring. He loves the independence of the Puddle-Jumper and independently changes from feet forward to feet under to feet back, all with head out of the water. He deliberately dips his mouth in though to taste the water! I’ve used these before for kids 15 months to 8 years, but 8 months was a first. He cries in protest if we put him in the baby…

  2. MissMare says:

    Nice for toddlers, but be careful My 2 year old loves kicking around and having some independence in this. And he kicks his little legs so hard he burns off a lot of energy, which I appreciate. He has a LOT more fun with this on than he does without it and just with me holding him.However, as a former lifeguard, I have mixed feelings about this. I do think that floaties give both parents and children a false sense of security in the water, so if you’re going to use them, do not take your eyes off your child for a…

  3. Wayne R. Boardman says:

    Want to toss a child into a pool? I do! I bought this product based on seeing a friend throw a 3 year old into the deep end of a swimming pool while wearing this. The child simply floated back to the surface and calmly doggy paddled back to the ladder to climb out and be tossed back in again. The friends also had an 18 month old wearing one, and like anything found in a Ronco Kitchen, were able to set it, and forget it. They gently put her in the pool and she merely floated around and enjoyed herself. I said to my self, “Wayne,…

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