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Based on others reviews that said they run small, I decided to buy a size bigger (XL) instead of a large. That was a mistake - the jacket fits too big and a large would have been my correct size. It's hard to buy stuff like this online sometimes based on others feedback. I normally wear a 42 size jacket, I'm 5'9", and about 175 lbs. This life jacket is too big for me. Hope that helps others. I plan on keeping it around though as an extra for any friends or family I may bring with me that needs one though because of the good quality. I'd recommend it to others, but buy your true size.
The jacket is still like new but we do wash it after every use. I was not sure what material to go with when first searching for a jacket and I am really glad I went with the Nylon. The jacket does not get super hot when paddle boarding and dries quickly after tubing, skiing... The fast drying is what I love about it the most, its often completely dry after water sporting while heading back in to dock. I have noticed that many other jackets are still soaked and if not allowed to dry fully they will start to stink up pretty quickly especially if stored on the boat waiting to be used again on the next trip. To me its a no brainer, will get nylon every time and probably this brand since its held up so well so far. Also got a nylon jacket for my wife and she really likes it as well. When others dig through jackets on the boat picking one to use our jackets usually get picked first :)