MD5183KF-256

Mustang Elite 28K Inflatable PFD Automatic HIT Inflator - Gray/Fluorescent Yellow Green

Mustang Elite 28K Inflatable PFD Automatic HIT Inflator - Gray/Fluorescent Yellow Green
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Elite 28K Inflatable PFD Automatic HIT Inflator - Gray/Fluorescent Yellow Green

Designed with paddling in mind, the Elite 28K brings together motion and adaptability with a MOLLE attachment system commonly used in military applications. A separate MOLLE compatible pocket is available and, along with the lash tab and attachment points, allows for a secure stowage and retrieval of essential tools and gear. The slim 3D chassis helps to reduce interference and the integrated back panel has been designed to fit kayak seats.

Recommend for:Fishing, Boating, Paddle Sports

Approval:USCG - UL1180 - Inflatable PFDs 160.076 - Type V (Commercial Use); Type III (Recreational Use)

Features
  • Hydrostatic Inflator Technology (HIT) only inflates when submerged minimizing accidental inflation
  • Versatile molle webbing attachment system keeps gear safe in compatible storage pockets
  • Attachment tabs for stringing up frequently used tools
  • Lash tab in optimal position for secure knife, light or gear
  • Wicking mesh liner and back vent for enhance breathability
  • Discreet anodized inflation handle reduces interference
  • Slim 3D chassis reduces interference and back panel designed for use with kayak seat
  • Seamless construction for resting comfort
  • Intuitive adjusters to fine-tune form fit
  • Bright fluorescent yellow/green inflation cell for improved in-water visibility


Specifications
  • Size: Universal
  • Chest: 30"-52"
  • Weight: 80lbs or Over
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Mustang Elite 28K Inflatable PFD Automatic HIT Inflator - Gray/Fluorescent Yellow Green MD5183KF-256 MUSTANG ELITE 28K INFLATABLE PFD AUTOMATIC HIT INFLATOR
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