BCD
  

Buoyancy control device with an inflatable air bladder that aids to establish neutral buoyancy underwater and positive buoyancy on the surface.

Hollis SMS 75 Back Inflation BCD

     

    While it will cater more to hardcore cave divers, SMS 75 was created to handle all environments. Proper trim is key and the wing is designed to promote horizontal diving with increased lift towards the hips where it's needed most, and without modification.

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    Hollis has become a leader in the side-mount market. It is not just a fad and not just a tool for cavers, it's here to stay and is growing. The SMS 75 is an evolution from years of sidemount development, which started with the SMS 100. A product that has been copied, modified and a benchmark for technical sidemount for years. Even more popular has been the lightweight SMS 50 line. These two have taken sidemount mainstream and the building blocks this new harness. While it will cater more to hardcore cave divers, SMS 75 was created to handle all environments. Proper trim is key and the wing is designed to promote horizontal diving with increased lift towards the hips where it's needed most, and without modification. The SMS 75 will also support rear mounted tanks and reversible inflator positions.

    Trapezoid shape to promote horizontal trim
    Adjustable and removable wing bungee
    Designed for cave or open water sidemount
    Cam slots for single tank and grommets at 11” for banded doubles
    Reversible Inflator & Dump assembly
    Rigging kit included: Tank bungees, SS Cam bands, SS Bolt snaps & nylon line
    Includes sternum strap & crotch strap
    Inner located elbow to avoid overhead interference

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