154000-200-020-13

Kent Commerical Immersion Suits

Kent Commerical Immersion Suits

Description

The Kent Commercial Immersion Suit features a Hi-Viz yellow inflatable pillow, face mask, and ankle adjustments for increased visibility in the water.

Features

  • Removable Head Pillow for Easy Servicing
  • Three Fingered Mitt
  • Articulated Arms for Easier Donning
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$519.99
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$350.00
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Details


Features:

  • Neoprene pocket for PLB and attachment point that fits all personal locator lights
  • True to size sizing
  • 5MM Flame Neoprene

The USCG/SOLAS Version also features:

  • USCG/SOLAS Version complies with SOLAS 7/2010
  • USCG/SOLAS Version complies with MED (Ships Wheel)
  • SOLAS Reflective Tape
  • Lifting Harness
  • Buoyant Buddy Line
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Kent Commerical Immersion Suits 154000-200-020-13 Commercial Immersion Suit, Orange, Small, USCG
$350.00
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Kent Commerical Immersion Suit - USCG Only Version - Orange - Universal 154000-200-004-13 Commercial Immersion Suit, Orange, Universal, USCG
$350.00
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Kent Commerical Immersion Suit - USCG Only Version - Orange - Oversized 154000-200-005-13 Commercial Immersion Suit, Orange, Oversized, USCG
$383.34
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Kent Commercial Immersion Suit - USCG/SOLAS Version - Orange - Small 154100-200-020-13 Commercial Immersion Suit, Orange, Small, USCG/SOLAS
$395.00
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Kent Commerical Immersion Suit - USCG/SOLAS Version - Orange - Universal 154100-200-004-13 Commercial Immersion Suit, Orange, Universal, USCG/SOLAS
$395.00
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Kent Commercial Immersion Suit - USCG/SOLAS Version - Orange - Oversized 154100-200-005-13 Commercials Immersion Suit, Orange, Oversized, USCG/SOLAS
$425.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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