MV3106T2-S-OR

Mustang MV3106 T2 Orange Standard Vests

Mustang MV3106 T2 Orange Standard Vests

Description

This classic features SOLAS reflective tape on front and back and Tug-Tite adjustments.

Features

  • SOLAS reflective tape on the front and back
  • Tug-Tite adjustments for exact sizing
  • Large arm holes for mobility
List Price
$54.84
Your Price
$45.90
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Details

Designed for visibility and comfort, this classic features SOLAS reflective tape on front and back and Tug-Tite adjustments. The MV3106 is a classic style industrial vest with large arm holes for maximum mobility.

These vests are used in a broad range of fields including fishing, commercial transportation, industrial marine, search and rescue, special operations and security sectors.
Notable Specifications:
  • USCG Type: III - Flotation Aid - They are for use in calm water where there is good chance of fast rescue since they will generally not turn an unconscious person face-up.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Mustang MV3106 T2 Orange Standard Vests MV3106T2-S-OR Standard vest w/SOLAS tape, orange, S
$45.90
In Stock
Mustang MV3106 T2 Orange Standard Vests MV3106T2-M-OR Standard vest w/SOLAS tape, orange, M
$45.90
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Mustang MV3106 T2 Orange Standard Vests MV3106T2-L-OR Standard vest w/SOLAS tape, orange, L
$45.90
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Mustang MV3106 T2 Orange Standard Vests MV3106T2-XL-OR Standard vest w/SOLAS tape, orange, XL
$45.90
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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