MJ6214T3-L-239

Mustang ANSI Hi-Vis Classic Bomber Flotation Jacket - Large

Mustang ANSI Hi-Vis Classic Bomber Flotation Jacket - Large
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ANSI Hi-Vis Classic Bomber Flotation Jacket - Large

The MJ6214 T3 is made with high visibility ANSI Fluorescent Yellow fabric and ANSI reflective tape for ANSI/ISEA 107-2010 Class 2 compliance and water safety.

Designed to deliver comfort, warmth, and durability in whatever marine activity you do. The MJ6214 T3 ANSI High Visbility Flotation Jacket's closed-cell foam insulation will provide flotation and in-water insulation to delay the onset of hypothermia in the event of water immersion. Coupled with functional design elements such as fleece-lined pockets and a storm flap, this jacket adds up to an unbeatable value. A special feature for this version is the neoprene wrist closures for improved foul weather protection.

Features:

  • Approval: USCG - UL1123 - Marine Buoyant Devices 160.064 - Type III
  • ANSI/ISEA 107-2010 Class 2 compliance
  • Hypothermia and flotation protection
  • Full length storm flap
  • Neoprene wrist closures
  • Attachable hood can be purchased separately
  • Provide a minimum of 201 sq. inches of ANSI reflective material
  • Fast tab attachment point on left chest
  • Mic attachment points on both shoulders
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Mustang ANSI Hi-Vis Classic Bomber Flotation Jacket - Large MJ6214T3-L-239 MUSTANG HI-VIS CLASSIC BOMBER JACKET LARGE
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