The MD3084 combines the advanced safety of inflatable technology with new product enhancements and harness for added safety.
The MD3084 line of Deluxe Inflatable PFDs combine the advanced safety of inflatable technology with new product enhancements such as a safety inspection window to easily tell users if the inflator is ready for use and a neoprene comfort collar to eliminate neck irritation.
Made with an integrated sailing harness for extra safety, the MD3084 is designed specifically for sailors frequenting rough weather. The MD3082 is an automatic inflation system automatically inflates when immersed in water or when user pulls activation cord, and close-fitting to ensure it doesn't interfere with regular sailing activities.
Use only Mustang Survival re-arm kits. Use of other re-arm kits may result in improper operation or failure to operate and will void the product's warranty.
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|MD3084-U-RD/BK/CR||Deluxe inflatable collar PFD with Sailing Harness, red/black/carbon||
|MD3084-U-RY/BK/CR||Deluxe inflatable collar PFD with Sailing Harness, royal/black/carbon||
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