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Belt should be loose but should not fall past hips when standing. Tether comes with instructions.

Optional: Add an additional tether extender, 3 feet, to increase your distance from your mooring.

Tether extender

SKU teth Category

To use the tether: the belt (long strap) goes around your waist. The shortest strap connects to the mooring: pool railing, ladder or Float Bar: thread the buckle through the loop. The royal blue strap, 4 feet long, extends or shortens your distance from your mooring. As you become more confident, expand the tether to float further away. Color coded connectors make assembly simple. If you’d like to double your distance from the float bar or pool, buy the extra extender or buy a 6-foot (kelly green) long extender. In the beginning of learning to back float, you may wish to connect the belt directly to the white loop to keep you as close as possible. The belt has an extra male buckle that connects to the other parts of the tether. U.S. Patent #11,331,554. Choose the belt that most closely fits your waist.

Choose a length of belt above (the long strap).

Directions for learning the front float and back float with the tether are included with the Tether. They are written into the new book, Conquer Your Fear of Water: A Revolutionary Way to Learn to Swim Without Ever Feeling Afraid, Second edition.

The 41 inch belt is purple. The 52 inch belt is light blue. The 70 inch belt is yellow.

Tethers are made in the United States. No plastic packaging. The extenders offered are now 4 feet long rather than 3 feet. Long extenders are 6 feet.