Mustang Operations Support Water Rescue Vest - M/L - Fluorscent Yellow/Green/Black

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Mustang Operations Support Water Rescue Vest - M/L - Fluorscent Yellow/Green/BlackMRV050WR-251-M/L MUSTANG SHORE BASED WATER RESCUE VEST M/L
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Operations Support Water Rescue Vest - M/L - Fluorscent Yellow/Green/Black

The Mustang Survival Operations Support Water Rescue Vest delivers a more compact, light weight solution for rescue vests, while still providing 15.5 lbs. of buoyancy to the wearer. This bright orange and black vest with reflective tape on the front and back is easily visible in and around the water, while the Fast Tab on the front chest acts as an easy attachment points for accessories such as knives, scissors or strobe lights. With a comfortable fit, the Mustang Survival Operations Support Water Rescue Vest is excellent for continuous wear. 

Features:

  • Approval: USCG - UL1123 - Marine Buoyant Devices 160.064 - Type III
  • Short-waist cut for maximum torso mobility
  • Reflective tape on front and back
  • Fast tab and D-ring for radio and light attachment
  • Two storage pockets with zipper closures
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