Mustang MD3087 Deluxe Automatic Inflatable PFD

Mustang MD3087 Deluxe Automatic Inflatable PFD


The MD3087 combines the advanced safety of inflatable technology with new product enhancements.


  • Automatically inflates when immersed in water or when user pulls activation cord
  • Lightweight design for higher levels of mobility
  • Durable nylon construction
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Mustang's 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, to offer a superior inflatable PFD.

Made for sailors and power boaters alike, the MD3087 sports a manual inflation system (the user must pull an activation cord to inflate the PFD) and is lightweight and close-fitting to ensure it doesn't interfere with regular activities

The Deluxe Manual Inflable PFD is USCG Approved Type V PFD for use when worn on un-inspected commercial vessels less than 40 ft. in length not carrying passengers for hire as a substitute for a Type II or III PFD when used in accordance with the owner's manual.

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.
  • Automatic inflation - immersed in water or when user pulls activation cord
  • Safety inspection window - window allows user to easily inspect inflator status: green indicates inflator is ready for use
  • Lightweight design for high mobility and allows PFD to be easily worn over a shirt or jacket
  • Durable nylon construction
  • Comfortable neoprene collar eliminates neck irritation
  • 35lb buoyancy
  • D-ring
Notable Specifications:
  • Automatic inflation
  • 35lb buoyancy
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Mustang MD3087 Deluxe Automatic Inflatable PFD MD3087-U-RD/BK/CR Deluxe automatic inflatable PFD, red/black/carbon
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Mustang MA7202 Rearm Kit MA7202 Rearm kit for: MD3083, MD3084, MD3087
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