AC-1100-RB-S

First Watch AC-1100 Flotation Coats

First Watch AC-1100 Flotation Coats

Description

The First Watch AC-1100 flotation coat is both flexible and durable, designed for comfort and safety in any condition.

Features

  • Fleece lined collar, hood and hand warmer pockets
  • Extended length for water shedding
  • Approved to USCG Type III PFD standards
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$330.00
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$247.50
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Details

Reinforced durable construction combined with the renowned MMS comfort fit system makes First Watch AC-1100 flotation coat an easy choice for the mariner venturing into harsh climates. When called upon to provide life saving floatation, this coat really proves its worth with Supersoft flotation panels providing flexibility and support.
Notable Specifications:
  • Colors: Red/black, orange grey
  • Approval: USCG Type III PFD
  • Napolean cargo pockets for easy access when seated
  • Neoprene lined wrist cuffs snug to minimize water ingress
  • Fleece lined collar, hood and hand warmer pockets
  • Easy access zippered valuables pocket
  • High visibility stowaway thermal hood and high collar provide maximum weather protection
  • 3M SOLAS tape over shoulders, hood and around wrists for night visibility
  • Elbows and cuffs are double reinforced for long wear
  • Extended length for water shedding
  • High visibility stowaway thermal hood and high collar provide maximum weather protection
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
First Watch AC-1100 Flotation Coats AC-1100-RB-S AC-1100 flotation coat, red/black, small
$247.50
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First Watch AC-1100 Flotation Coat - Red/Black - XXX-Large AC-1100-RB-3XL AC-1100 flotation coat, red/black, XXXL
$262.50
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First Watch AC-1100 Flotation Coat AC-1100-OG-S AC-1100 flotation coat, orange/grey, small
$247.50
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First Watch AC-1100 Flotation Coat AC-1100-RB-M AC-1100 flotation coat, red/black, medium
$247.50
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First Watch AC-1100 Flotation Coat AC-1100-OG-M AC-1100 flotation coat, orange/grey, medium
$247.50
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First Watch AC-1100 Flotation Coat AC-1100-RB-L AC-1100 flotation coat, red/black, large
$247.50
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First Watch AC-1100 Flotation Coat AC-1100-OG-L AC-1100 flotation coat, orange/grey, large
$247.50
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First Watch AC-1100 Flotation Coat AC-1100-RB-XL AC-1100 flotation coat, red/black, XL
$247.50
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First Watch AC-1100 Flotation Coat AC-1100-OG-XL AC-1100 flotation coat, orange/grey, XL
$247.50
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First Watch AC-1100 Flotation Coat AC-1100-RB-XXL AC-1100 flotation coat, red/black, XXL
$247.50
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First Watch AC-1100 Flotation Coat AC-1100-OG-XXL AC-1100 flotation coat, orange/grey, XXL
$247.50
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The First Watch AC 1100 Flotation Coat sizing is based on chest measurement.

Size__________Chest Measurement
Small_________32" - 36"
Medium_______36" - 40"
Large ________40" - 44"
XL___________44" - 48"
XXL__________48" - 52"

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