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Mustang Elite 38 Inflatable PFD Automatic HIT Inflator - Red

Mustang Elite 38 Inflatable PFD Automatic HIT Inflator - Red
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$327.63
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$187.49
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Elite 38 Inflatable PFD Automatic HIT Inflator - Red

Built for offshore conditions, the Elite 38 blends lightweight with durability and our highest buoyancy rating for commercial inflatable PFDs at 38LBS. The lightweight body-armor industry outer shell is reinforced with TPU abrasion patches in hard wearing areas. The bright fluorescent yellow/green inflation cell greatly improves in-water visibility and includes a strobe light holder and safety whistle.

Recommend for:Fishing, Sailing, Boating Approval:USCG - UL1180 - Inflatable PFDs 160.076 - Type V (Commercial Use); Type II (Recreational Use)

Features
  • Hydrostatic Inflator Technology (HIT) only inflates when submerged minimizing accidental inflation
  • Lightweight body-armor industry outer shell
  • Wicking mesh liner and back vent for enhanced breathability
  • Abrasion patches for hard-wearing areas
  • Discreet anodized inflation handle reduces interference
  • Aerodynamic 3D chassis reduces drag at high speeds
  • Wide shoulder system eliminates neck fatigue
  • Bright fluorescent yellow/green inflation cell for improved in-water visibility
  • Intuitive side adjusters to fine-tune form fit
  • Plus 38lbs boyancy strobe light holder and safety whistle for offshore condition


Specifications
  • Size: Universal
  • Chest: 30"-52"
  • Weight: 80lbs or Over
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Mustang Elite 38 Inflatable PFD Automatic HIT Inflator - Red MD5283-4 MUSTANG ELITE 38 INFLATABLE PFD AUTOMATIC HIT INFLATOR
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