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Best Women’s Buoyancy Aids and PFDs in 2024

Best Women’s Buoyancy Aids and PFDs in 2024

women's buoyancy aid and pfd
Me (Tamsyn) in the Hiko Sport Guardian 3D
  • Features: The main aim of a buoyancy aid will always be to float you, but beyond this, it’s worth considering what features you’re going to want from your buoyancy aid; pockets, a rescue belt, hydration systems, etc.
  • Fit: If you’re wearing it every time you’re out on the water, you don’t want to have to constantly readjust straps or have to pull it back down after it rides up. A great indicator for if something fits well is comfort – a bonus to getting a well fitting buoyancy aid!
  • Entry style: Whether it’s a central zip, over the head, or side entry buckles, there’s plenty of options to pick from, and most people tend to have a preference. 

Low profile whitewater PFDs 

Peak PS Racer Pro

peak ps racer pro
  • Classic & simple low profile design
  • Large pocket and rear H2O bladder pocket in the Marathon Racer design
  • Budget friendly
  • Overhead entry
  • No additional padding on straps

Sandiline Pro Buoyancy Aid

  • Secure fit waist adjustments which prevent riding up
  • Neoprene shoulder straps for universal fit 
  • Over the head entry

NRS Ninja PFD

nrs ninja teal

  • Main pocket and fleece lined hand warmer pocket
  • Floating front panel for freedom of movement
  • Not the ‘lowest’ low profile buoyancy aid available

Rescue PFDs

Hiko Sport Guardian 3D
guardian-3d inferno
  • Large, easy access front pocket with organised elastic and mesh inner pockets
  • Comfortable added side protection 
  • Easy side entry 

peak ps river wrap purple
  • Several separate pockets for rescue kit and other essentials
  • Easy and secure front entry

SUP / Touring BAs

 

Peak PS Marathon Racer PFD

peak ps marathon racer

  • Classic & simple low profile design
  • Large pocket and rear H2O bladder pocket 
  • Budget friendly
  • Overhead Entry

Baltic SUP Pro
baltic sup pro

NRS Women’s Siren


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