MD3184/02-BK

Mustang HIT Inflatable Automatic PFD With Harness

Mustang HIT Inflatable Automatic PFD With Harness

Description

The Mustang HIT Inflatable Automatic PFD With Harness was designed for serious uses with exclusive technology for use in severe weather.

Features

  • Exclusive USCG-Approved Inflatable PFD With Hydrostatic Inflator Technology
  • New Bright Fluorescent Yellow-Green Inflation Cell With SOLAS Reflective Tape, Safety Whistle, And Strobe Light Attachment
  • Provides 35lbs Buoyancy When Inflated
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The award-winning HIT Inflatable PFD with Hydrostatic Inflator Technology is Mustang Survival's best-in-safety inflatable PFD. Designed for serious users with exclusive technology, it is designed for use in severe weather, and requires minimal inflator maintenance.

Features:

  • New lightweight outer shell fabric - used in the body armor industry - with reflective accents
  • Zippered pocket for your phone, keys or license
  • Neoprene Comfort Collar - improves comfort and durability
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Mustang HIT Inflatable Automatic PFD With Harness MD3184/02-BK HIT Inflatable Automatic PFD With Harness, Black
$238.75
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Mustang HIT Inflatable Automatic PFD w/Harness - Red/Black MD3184/02-RD/BK HIT Inflatable Automatic PFD With Harness, Red/Black
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Mustang Utility Accessory Pouches MA6000-OR Utility accessory pouch for inflatable PFD's, orange
$45.54
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Mustang Utility Accessory Pouches MA6000-BK Utility accessory pouch for inflatable PFD's, black
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