Mustang Rescue Swimmer Vest - Universal - 30"-52" Chest

Mustang Rescue Swimmer Vest - Universal - 30"-52" Chest
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Rescue Swimmer Vest - Universal - 30"-52" Chest

Hailed as the first rescue swimmer vest to turn a compliance-driven device into a tactical piece of equipment that actually helps get the job done. Designed for the performance-driven public safety water professional who can't afford to be impeded by extra gear, this vest blends two of Mustang's core competencies - inflatable flotation and foam flotation - to offer a slim profile flotation solution.

Recommend for:Public Safety

  • Easy to swim and perform in water when bladder is inflated
  • CO2 cylinder storage pocket
  • Hybrid flotation - foam and inflatable flotation
  • 9lbs of inherent foam buoyancy, 26 lbs total buoyancy when manually inflated with CO2
  • Left side buckle closure with adjustability on sides and at shoulders
  • Manual CO2 Inflation handle
  • Constructed with a combination of 500D nylon and 1.5mm neoprene
  • Oral inflation/deflation valve easily acessible for adjusting buoyancy, and hidden away when not in use
  • MOLLE system on the front and back for personal configuration of equipment
  • Compatible with standard MOLLE attachments
  • MOLLE webbing designed for knife storage
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Mustang Rescue Swimmer Vest - Universal - 30"-52" Chest MRV170 MUSTANG WATER RESCUE VEST
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