MP4212-M-13

Mustang Classic Flotation Bib Pant - Black - Medium

Mustang Classic Flotation Bib Pant - Black - Medium
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Classic Flotation Bib Pant - Black - Medium

Designed to be worn with the Classic Flotation Bomber Jacket or the Classic Flotation Coat, Mustang Survival's MP4212 Classic Flotation Bib Pant provides foam insulation that will not only keep you warm during regular marine activities but will also increase your hypothermia protection in the event of cold water immersion. With adjustable elasticized suspenders and zippered legs, these pants are easy to don over boots and provide a great fit. A hit with boaters, fisherman and commercial and agency operators, the Classic Flotation Bib Pant serves as functional and comfortable outerwear.

When worn with a Mustang Survival flotation jacket or coat, flotation bib pants provide superior buoyancy and hypothermia protection to keep you safe and warm during all of your marine activities.

Features:

  • Easily worn Mustang Survival flotation jackets and coats
  • Adjustable elasticized suspenders
  • Leg zippers allow ease of entry and donning over boots
  • Provides additional hypothermia protection and flotation support
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Mustang Classic Flotation Bib Pant - Black - Medium MP4212-M-13 MUSTANG CLASSIC BIB PANT BLACK MEDIUM
$227.50
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