Human Bobber is a Florida based water sports company that specializes in versatile aquatic gear. Their mission is to take the hassle out of floatable devices, and it appears they’ve done just that with with the Bottoms Up and Scuttlebutt. Say goodbye to all your other bulky floating devices and hello to Human Bobber.
The Bottoms Up is a dual purpose life vest that can be inverted and worn as “shorts” making it easy to keep your head above water. The vest received approval from the U.S. Coast Guard as a type III flotation aid which is sufficient for rescues in calm waters. Unlike most vests, the Bottoms Up has deep arm holes which expose most of the shoulder and allows for a full range of upper body motion.
Multi-directional dual sliding zippers are what enables the vest to be turned upside down and used as a saddle. The segmented panels are made of foam for comfort and flexibility. It’s also designed with air ventilation in mind, the panels that make up the Bottoms Up keep the user cool and limits contact between the material and user.
Human Bobber also has the Scuttlebutt, an aquatic saddle that can transform into a lounge chair that floats in water. If you have a kayak with an uncomfortable chair, the Scuttlebutt can be used a cushion to keep you kayaking all day long. If your waist size is between 25-40 inches and weigh less than 300 pounds then you can easily stay afloat in the the Scuttlebutt.
If you have a boat or spend a lot of time in the water you should definitely take a look at Human Bobber’s product line, whether it’s leisure or recreation, they have you covered.