MV8035

Mustang 4-ONE Type I Vests

Mustang 4-ONE Type I Vests

Description

The Mustang 4-ONE Type I Vests have earned four regulatory approvals in one compact design after several years of extensive design and testing.

Features

  • SOLAS grade reflective tape
  • Approved to USCG SOLAS, TC SOLAS, MED SOLAS and USCG Type I standards
  • Available in two sizes to fit both adults and children
List Price
$75.61
Your Price
$64.80
In Stock

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Details

Stowing Procedure
Stack vests head to toe and front to front, for optimal space savings. When stowed properly, two vests stacked on top of each other will take up just 11-½" of depth.

4-ONE Features:

  • Compact storage
  • Accessory tab with SOLAS approved whistle
  • Attachment point for personal light (light not included)
  • Buoyant buddy line
  • Lifting loop
  • USCG Type I Lifejacket
  • USCG SOLAS
  • Marine Equipment Directive SOLAS
  • Transport Canada SOLAS
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Mustang 4-ONE Type I Vests MV8035 4-ONE type I vest for children 33-90 pounds
$64.80
In Stock
Mustang 4-ONE Type I Vests MV8040 4-ONE type I vest for adults over 90 pounds
$66.30
In Stock

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