MC1534GS-S-OR

Mustang ThermoSystem Plus Coat

Mustang ThermoSystem Plus Coat

Description

Based on Mustang Survival's award-winning technology, the ThermoSystem Plus Coat delivers flotation with enhanced hypothermia protection.

Features

  • Relaxed fit offers enhanced mobility and comfort
  • Neoprene wrist closures for weather protection
  • Insulated hood easily folds into collar
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ThermoSystem Plus Coat - SM - Orange

Based on Mustang Survival's award-winning technology, the ThermoSystem Plus Coat delivers flotation with enhanced hypothermia protection. Featuring a neoprene beavertail to slow body temperature cooling by reducing cold water flushing, it also offers an insulated hood and neoprene wrist closures for weather protection. For extra comfort and functionality, the coat includes hand-warmer pockets, extra large hip pockets, underarm ventilation, SOLAS reflective tape for enhanced visibility and an interior radio pocket.

Built with Mustang's High Performance Nylon™ and AirSoft™ flotation foam, the ThermoSystem Plus Coat is the product to trust when you can't leave safety to chance.

Features:
  • Relaxed fit offers enhanced mobility and comfort
  • Neoprene wrist closures for weather protection
  • Insulated hood easily folds into collar
  • Slash hand-warmer pockets and extra large pockets at hips
  • Underarm ventilation
  • Neoprene beavertail provides hypothermia protection
  • 62+ square inches of SOLAS reflective tape enhances visibility
  • Interior radio pocket increases inner storage
  • Zippered pocket on right shoulder along with a pen pocket
  • Adjustable waist belt
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Mustang ThermoSystem Plus Coat MC1534GS-S-OR ThermoSystem Plus coat, orange, S
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Mustang ThermoSystem Plus Coat MC1534GS-M-OR ThermoSystem Plus coat, orange, M
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Mustang ThermoSystem Plus Coat MC1534GS-L-OR ThermoSystem Plus coat, orange, L
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Mustang ThermoSystem Plus Coat MC1534GS-XL-OR ThermoSystem Plus coat, orange, XL
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Mustang ThermoSystem Plus Coat MC1534GS-XXL-OR ThermoSystem Plus coat, orange, XXL
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Mustang ThermoSystem Plus Coat MC1534GS-XXXL-OR ThermoSystem Plus coat, orange, XXXL
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