MD5183-GR

Mustang Elite Inflatable Automatic PFD

Mustang Elite Inflatable Automatic PFD

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The Mustang Elite Inflatable Automatic PFD stays put at high speeds, lets you move the way you want and NEED and provides automatic inflation powered by exclusive Hammarr Hydrostatic Inflator Technology.

Features

  • 3D Chassis
  • Built For Speed
  • Exclusive Material
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Engineered specifically for the serious angler, the Elite Inflatable PFD has been designed with five key features to enhance every day on the water:

  • 3D Chassis - Revolutionary 3D chassis creates a slim profile to enhance mobility, fit securely and reduce neck fatigue
  • Built for Speed - 3D chassis improves the body's aerodynamics to reduce drag at speed
  • Breathable Mesh Back Panel - Made of the same engineered mesh found in premium running shoes
  • Exclusive Materials - Sleek inflation handle and body-armor tested outer shell fabric
  • Hydrostatic Inflator Technology - Activated by water pressure to automatically inflate when submerged in 4" or more of water
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Mustang Elite Inflatable Automatic PFD MD5183-GR Elite Inflatable Automatic PFD, Gray
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Mustang Elite Inflatable Automatic PFD - Black MD5183-BK Elite Inflatable Automatic PFD, Black
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