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Life jackets info
Nylon vests are life jackets that are very tough and durable and also usually cheap lifejackets. Some advantages of nylon jackets is that they dry much faster than neoprene vests, usually adjustable sizes, good buoyancy, good protection and they are usually excellent boat vests, ie life jacket suitable to have in the boat.
Neoprene jackets are jackets that is agile and made of neoprene. They sit tight against the body and has very good comfort and mobility. Neoprene vests fits mostly very good for example. Water Skiing and Wakeboarding. But also woorks well with most water sports such. canoeing, jet skiing, windsurfing and kitboarding. They can of course also be used as boat west.
Impact vests Life jackets which provide protection, support and buoyancy to the rider, but is not CE approved life jacket that. These life jackets are usually neporene vests adapted to water sports demands of mobility, protection, etc. and then not meets all requirements as ISO marking requires and has a limited buoyancy. Or which may also be the case that they simply have not been tested since this is a complicated and costly classification that also usually means that the vests are not fully adapted to the requirements of watersports use and therefore are not always popular.
Approved life jackets These jackets are approved according to international standard ISO or the older classification EN, for example. EN 393 which means CE50. (ISO has replaced the CE classification, but its still used, it's easier to say.) There are several classes and they are classified by what they intended to, and their buoyancy. See under each lifejacket which class it has.