MA7637

Mustang Belt Extenders

Mustang Belt Extenders

Description

The Mustang Belt Extender allows people with larger size requirements to use most Mustang Survival inflatable PFDs.

Features

  • Belt extender fits PFDs with 1.5-inch buckles
  • For increased comfort in large sizes
List Price
$29.99
Your Price
$25.11
In Stock

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Details

The belt extender enables people, with large size requirements, to use most Mustang Survival inflatables.

Use of the belt extender voids the PFDs Coast Guard approval.

This extender belt does not fit inflatable PFD models with 2" webbing harness versions (models MD3052, MD3054, MD3082 and MD3084). It will also no fit any model whose lot number beings with a W.

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