MV5600-S-OR

Mustang MV5600 Orange High Impact SAR Vests

Mustang MV5600 Orange High Impact SAR Vests

Description

The most durable and comfortable Search and Rescue vests.

Features

  • Strength rating of 100MPH for safety
  • Two large front cargo pockets with easy to use pull tabs for extra storage
  • 62 sq in. SOLAS reflective tape for high visibility
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$259.99
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Engineered for comfort and safety, the MV5600 is packed with features. In addition to being strength rated for 100 mph, a neoprene-lined, fitted collar provides comfort, impact-protection, and head support. Features include two large front cargo pockets with easy-to-use pull tabs, SOLAS reflective tape for high visibility, large cutaway armholes for maximum range of motion, and a 3-belt system for a custom fit.

  • Strength rating of 100 MPH for safety
  • Two large front cargo pockets with easy to use pull tabs for extra storage
  • 62 sq in. SOLAS reflective tape for high visibility
  • Large cutaway armholes for maximum range of motion
  • High collar provides head support
  • Neoprene-lined, fitted collar provides comfort and head support
  • 3-Belt system for a custom fit
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.
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Mustang MV5600 Orange High Impact SAR Vests MV5600-S-OR SAR vest w/SOLAS tape, orange, S
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Mustang MV5600 Orange High Impact SAR Vests MV5600-M-OR SAR vest w/SOLAS tape, orange, M
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Mustang MV5600 Orange High Impact SAR Vests MV5600-L-OR SAR vest w/SOLAS tape, orange, L
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Mustang MV5600 Orange High Impact SAR Vests MV5600-XL-OR SAR vest w/SOLAS tape, orange, XL
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Mustang MV5600 Orange High Impact SAR Vests MV5600-XXL-OR SAR vest w/SOLAS tape, orange, XXL
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Mustang MV5600 Orange High Impact SAR Vests MV5600-XXXL-OR SAR vest w/SOLAS tape, orange, XXXL
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