MS2175-XS-OR/BK

Mustang MS2175 Orange/Black Deluxe Anti-Exposure Suits

Mustang MS2175 Orange/Black Deluxe Anti-Exposure Suits

Description

The MS2175 deluxe suit delivers hypothermia protection combined with maximum flotation.

Features

  • Hypothermia and flotation protection - Immersed clo 0.420
  • Inflatable head support pillow for additional buoyancy
  • Relaxed fit for comfort and mobility
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Completely insulated with Mustang Airsoft foam, the MS2175 deluxe suit delivers significantly more hypothermia protection than just a jacket or pant. This, combined with maximum flotation in the event of accidental water immersion makes the MS2175 an excellent choice for activities around colder northern waters.

Suitable for a wide range of uses from recreational boating to the rigors of the US Coast Guard, the deluxe anti-exposure suit is comfortable and roomy, so it won't impede your activities. Features include inflatable head support pillow for additional buoyancy, Tug-Tites at thighs and ankles, SOLAS reflective tape, and chest and front cargo pockets.

 

  • Hypothermia and flotation protection - Immersed clo 0.420
  • Inflatable head support pillow for additional buoyancy
  • Relaxed fit for comfort and mobility
  • Neoprene wrist closures for weather protection
  • Tug-Tite at thighs and ankles cinch easily to improve fit and minimize water flushing to delay onset of hypothermia
  • Ergonomic insulated hood easily folds into collar
  • SOLAS reflective tape for improved visibility
  • Chest and front cargo pockets for extra storage
Notable Specifications:
  • USCG Type: V - Special Use Device - Work vests, deck suits, and hybrids which are generally considered the most comfortable, with styles for different boating activities and sports.
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Mustang MS2175 Orange/Black Deluxe Anti-Exposure Suits MS2175-XS-OR/BK Anti-exposure suit, orange/black, XS
$488.25
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Mustang MS2175 Orange/Black Deluxe Anti-Exposure Suits MS2175-S-OR/BK Anti-exposure suit, orange/black, S
$488.25
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Mustang MS2175 Orange/Black Deluxe Anti-Exposure Suits MS2175-M-OR/BK Anti-exposure suit, orange/black, M
$488.25
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Mustang MS2175 Orange/Black Deluxe Anti-Exposure Suits MS2175-L-OR/BK Anti-exposure suit, orange/black, L
$488.25
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Mustang MS2175 Orange/Black Deluxe Anti-Exposure Suits MS2175-XL-OR/BK Anti-exposure suit, orange/black, XL
$488.25
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Mustang MS2175 Orange/Black Deluxe Anti-Exposure Suits MS2175-XXL-OR/BK Anti-exposure suit, orange/black, XXL
$488.25
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Mustang MS2175 Orange/Black Deluxe Anti-Exposure Suits MS2175-XXXL-OR/BK Anti-exposure suit, orange/black, XXXL
$488.25
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