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Mustang MS2175 Orange Anti-Exposure Suits

Mustang MS2175 Orange Anti-Exposure Suits

Description

The MS2175 deluxe suit delivers hypothermia protection combined with maximum flotation.

Features

  • SOLAS reflective tape for improved visibility
  • Hypothermia and flotation protection - Immersed clo 0.420
  • Inflatable head support pillow for additional buoyancy
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Mustang Survival's MS2175 Deluxe Anti-Exposure Coverall & Flotation Work Suit is designed with Mustang Airsoft foam for a lighter and more comfortable fit than the MS2075 Coverall Flotation Suit. Comfort Cuff technology creates a relaxed, comfortable fit around the wrists, and is matched by the overall relaxed and comfortable fit of the suit design. Featuring two chest pockets, large front cargo pockets and an inflatable head pillow for additional in-water support and buoyancy, this suit blends functionality and features to meet the demands of a wide-range of professional and industrial uses.

Mustang Survival flotation suits are designed to protect the wearer from foul or cold weather, and use closed-cell foam to offer flotation and hypothermia protection in the event of water immersion. Tug-Tite technology and Velcro wrist and ankle closures improve fit and limit water flushing if immersed, SOLAS reflective tape enhances visibility and an inflatable head support pillow.
  • Hypothermia and flotation protection - Immersed clo 0.420
  • Inflatable head support pillow for additional buoyancy
  • Relaxed fit for comfort and mobility
  • Neoprene wrist closures for weather protection
  • Tug-Tite at thighs and ankles cinch easily to improve fit and minimize water flushing to delay onset of hypothermia
  • Ergonomic insulated hood easily folds into collar
  • SOLAS reflective tape for improved visibility
  • Chest and front cargo pockets for extra storage
Notable Specifications:
  • USCG Type: V - Special Use Device - Work vests, deck suits, and hybrids which are generally considered the most comfortable, with styles for different boating activities and sports.
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Mustang MS2175 Orange Anti-Exposure Suits MS2175-XS-OR Anti-exposure suit, orange, XS
$488.25
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Mustang MS2175 Orange Anti-Exposure Suits MS2175-S-OR Anti-exposure suit, orange, S
$488.25
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Mustang MS2175 Orange Anti-Exposure Suits MS2175-M-OR Anti-exposure suit, orange, M
$488.25
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Mustang MS2175 Orange Anti-Exposure Suits MS2175-L-OR Anti-exposure suit, orange, L
$488.25
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Mustang MS2175 Orange Anti-Exposure Suits MS2175-XL-OR Anti-exposure suit, orange, XL
$488.25
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Mustang MS2175 Orange Anti-Exposure Suits MS2175-XXL-OR Anti-exposure suit, orange, XXL
$488.25
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