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Orco Pro

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Orco Pro - 5388_ORCORED_1268210839
Orco Pro - 5388_ORCOORANGE_1268210839

Gear Info

Gear Type
Accessory Type
Model Year
ARS 450 D
Available Colors
Available Sizes
ca 1500 g for size M/L
Recommended Retail Price
148.90 EUR
Comfortable playboat, rafting and wildwater vest.

• 45 mm waist belt with aluminium buckle and fixlock plastic buckle
• Inside 20 mm vertical/horizontal strap system
• 20 mm waist straps for easy size adjustment
• Two large pockets and key pocket, one inner pocket
• Carabiner-park
• Flexible foam by diagonal flex line
• Short length for optimal movement
• Comfortable neoprene shoulders with adjustable 20mm shoulder straps
• 3 M Reflection pads
• Material: ARS 450 D
• Weight: ca 1500 g for size M/L

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Heavy pull-over vest made of tough and long lasting materials with all the necessary safety features. Mine has so far done somewhere in between 300 and 500 days on the water (river and sea mixed) and still looks like fresh out of the shop. I had to change something, though: the D ring for the leash's carabiner is above the big buckle of the rescue belt. This way, there's a clicking noise at every move you make. I took that ring off and put it on the belt under the front pocket.


About Me
Mid-40s hobby paddler on whitewater (class III) and on the sea (mainly day-trips), about 120 days per year on the water. 1,96m (6'6") and 115 kg (260 lbs) with size 48 (14) feet
Pros / The Good
- tough and sturdy
• thick foam layers protect ribcage and backbone quite well
• good visibility / signal colors only
• sizes are rather big - fits the tall and heavy boys
• excellent shoulder padding for kayak transport
Cons / The Bad
- pockets rather small
• not very flexible due to thick foam layers
• carabiner "split D ring" in wrong position
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