Stormy Seas Clothing Company


In November 1982, a young fisherman working on the deck of a 100 ft. crabber in the Bering Sea was washed overboard.

The frigid water and towering, breaking seas made his recovery difficult at best. Considering that he was not wearing a life jacket or flotation at the time, his recovery was perhaps a miracle.

That fisherman is the developer and founder of Stormy Seas flotation products. The commitment to quality and wearability forged by that icy glimpse of death means that your choice of Stormy Seas as your personal, wearable lifejacket, is the very best choice you could make.

Stormy Seas products are made to perform well in the most difficult environment known to man. They will perform just as well in a quiet cove, a still lake, or the open ocean. The key word is wearability.

Since the beginning, Stormy Seas has strived to place their patented Inflation system in the types of clothing that people actually wear. Comfortable jackets and vests. It's a simple concept that works extremely well, as evidenced by the many lives these garments have helped to save.

If you are serious about your personal safety, the safety of your family and crew, you've come to the right place. We use only the very best materials in the construction of Stormy Seas products. The Inflatable chamber is made of a 200 denier nylon which is then coated with urethane to make it 100% air holding. This is the same material that is used in the production of lifevests for both civilian and military aviation. In fact the lifevest under your seat on a commercial airliner is made from this same material.

All components such as valves and cylinders are made from non-corrosive metals or (where appropriate) high strength plastic and nylon. Stormy Seas products are designed for prolonged use in salt water environments.

Since our beginning, the only approval that we have ever pursued is the approval of the people who use Stormy Seas products. The result of this simple, honest approach is many, many satisfied customers which include the U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S Navy, and many many more.

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