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C-Skins Swim Buoy 28L Dry Bag Safety Orange

Original price £29.50 - Original price £29.50
Original price
£29.50 - £29.50
Current price £29.50

C-Skins Swim Safety Buoy 28L Dry Bag

Having a highly visible Swim Buoy with you while Open Water Swimming is virtually the norm. Serving two very practical purposes in one design - a highly visible floating surface marker buoy for swim safety and dry bag to keep your personal/emergency gear safely with you - keys/phone/hi-energy snacks - while you're in the water.

This new brightly coloured dry bag from C-Skins is ideal for storing your kit whilst you swim and to use as an inflatable swim safety buoy for increased visibility in open water. Now considered an 'essential' piece of kit among open water swimmers all over the world.

The C-Skins Swim Research Safety Buoy features dual air bags, to be inflated once the bag is filled with your personal gear. The inflation chambers provide more buoyancy than just a normal dry bag.

The dual webbing waist belt sits comfortably and securely around your waist with plenty of adjustability and the long webbing leash attached to the swim float ensures that the dry bag/buoy remains out of stroke range whilst swimming.

The 28L bag is highly recommended for all open water swimmers who need to carry their kit/valuables when going for a swim or any open water swimmer requiring extra visibility when swimming in open water.

C-Skins Swim Safety Buoy 28L Dry Bag Features

Sturdy nylon fabric outer offers durable protection (beware of cheap PVC designs)

Designed for swim safety and storage while open water swimming

Hi-visibility 28 litre swim buoy dry bag to keep a number of small personal items safe and secure with you while swimming

Heat welded and bound seam construction

Adjustable webbing waist belt

When the bag is lying flat the internal area of the bag measures 50cm x 32cm and has a 28 litre capacity which leaves plenty of room for dry clothing items, perhaps a small towel, flip flops etc.

NOTE: While the Swim Buoy has buoyancy due to the two inflation chambers IT IS NOT DESIGNED TO BE USED AS A LIFE SAVING DEVICE


Swim Research Website