A quick comparison between two popular angling PFDs from NRS: the Raku and Chinook.
The main difference is how the floatation is distributed: the NRS Raku has a slim profile with floatation all the way down the back. This makes it ideal for shoreline fishing and pedal-drive kayaks.
The NRS Chinook has thin mesh covering the lower back while the floatation is concentrated on the upper back. This makes it ideal for rafting, drift boats, and paddle kayaks with higher seatbacks.
NRS Raku Fishing PFD
NRS Raku vs NRS Chinook Angling PFDs If your looking for a feature rich, comfortable, thin full back angling PFD, then the NRS Raku is the one for you. Dual certified in both Canada and the USA, it’s the perfect...Read More
NRS Chinook Fishing PFD
NRS Raku vs NRS Chinook Angling PFDs The NRS Chinook is the Angling specific PFD you were looking for! Its high back design, and fishing specific, layout will help make you more comfortable and effective when chasing that lunker of...Read More
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