IC9001-03

Mustang Ice Commander Rescue Suit

Mustang Ice Commander Rescue Suit

Description

The Mustang Ice Commander Rescue Suit is the suit of choice for search and rescue teams, fire departments, and ice rescue professionals.

Features

  • Water-Tight Hood And Face Seal
  • SOLAS Reflective Tape And VelcroT Patch For Light Attachment
  • Heavy Duty Zipper- Flexible Full-Length Zipper Provides Water-Tight Seal
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Details

The modular suit is completely waterproof with a water tight hood, integrated gloves, and attached boots. The flotation and insulation performance of a snap in buoyancy liner allows users to immerse themselves for long periods of time in icy cold water and maintain mental and physical capabilities.

Each Ice Commander™ has an integrated chest harness for attachment to tether lines, ice awl pockets for storage, rubber gloves, reinforced knees and non-slip rubber soles on the attached boots. As well, each suit is 45% lighter than other rescue suits as it is made in a high visibility welded nylon shell.

Features:

  • Welded nylon outer shell - provides waterproofing and durability
  • High performance urethane-coated nylon exterior makes cleaning and repairs easier
  • Safety harness - integral self-adjusting safety harness
  • Ergonomic ice awl pockets - sleeve pockets customized to attach and stow ice awls
  • Pockets easily secured with VelcroT (ice awls not included)
  • Detachable inner buoyancy liner - constructed of closed-cell AirSoftT foam for maximum flotation and thermal insulation
  • Liner can be unsnapped and removed for cleaning and in-the-field repairs
  • Reinforced knees - reinforced and padded with 2.5 mm neoprene
  • Seat and elbows are reinforced with shell fabric



Specifications:

  • Size: Adult Universal
  • Height: 4'11" - 6'6" (150cm - 200cm)
  • Weight: 110lbs - 330lbs (50kg - 150kg)
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Mustang Ice Commander Rescue Suit IC9001-03 Ice Commander Rescue Suit, Universal, Gold
$828.97
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