Mustang to Showcase Lil’ Legends PFDs

YachtingJournal.com
Friday, January 10, 2014
Photo: Mustang Survival

The Mustang Survival brand will be showcasing its Lil’ Legends line of child flotation solutions at boat shows throughout the United States this winter. Redesigned in 2013, the Lil’ Legends line continues to deliver top in-water performance and quality construction along with updated aesthetics and improved cooling and mobility features.

“We are really proud of the new line,” explained Shannon Ward, Director of Business Development & Marketing at Mustang Survival. “This was a big project for us. We took a lot of time gathering feedback and are working to continue to improve upon our knowledge of how to keep kids both safe and comfortable on and around the water.”

The new Lil’ Legends designs are focused on keeping children comfortable, happy and safe. The personal flotation devices (PFDs) incorporate a cooling-channeled interior back panel and wicking fabrics to reduce heat stress, and are built around segmented AirSoft foam for enhanced mobility and comfort.

The Lil’ Legends PFDs will be available in stores late January 2014 and will be on display at the Mustang Survival booths at the following 2014 boat shows:

Portland Boat Show – January 8 -12, Portland, Ore.
Seattle Boat Show – January 24 - February 2, Seattle, Wash.
Pacific Northwest Sportsman’s Show – February 5 - 9, Portland, Ore.
Bassmaster Classic – February 21 - 23, Birmingham, Ala.

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