MV3106T2-XXL-OR

Mustang Classic Industrial Flotation Vests

Mustang Classic Industrial Flotation Vests

Description

The Mustang Classic Industrial Flotation Vest offers large arm holes for mobility and SOLAS reflective tape on shoulders for visibility.

Features

  • SOLAS Reflective Tape On The Front And Back Tug-Tite Adjustments For Exact Sizing
  • Non-Corrosive Zipper
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$54.84
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$45.90
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The MV3106 T2 Classic Industrial Flotation Vest is a classic PFD for industrial applications. Tug-Tite® adjustments offer an almost custom fit.

A good option for the commercial fishing, commercial transportation, industrial marine, search and rescue, special operations and security sectors.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Mustang Classic Industrial Flotation Vests MV3106T2-XXL-OR Classic Industrial Flotation Vest, XXL, Orange
$45.90
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Mustang Classic Industrial Flotation Vest - 3XL/7XL - Orange MV3106T2-3XL/7XL-OR Classic Industrial Flotation Vest, 3XL/7XL, Orange
$45.90
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