Mustang Water Rescue Dry Suits

The Mustang Water Rescue Dry Suit includes all of the features needed for water rescue professionals.


  • Adjustable waist band
  • Reinforced knee pads and elbow pads help prevent injuries
  • SOLAS retro-reflective tape on the arms for greater visibility
List Price $1,812.50
Your Price $1,199.99
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Mustang Water Rescue Dry SuitsMSD576-M Water rescue dry suit, yellow/black, M
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Mustang Water Rescue Dry Suits MSD576-XL Water rescue dry suit, yellow/black, XL
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Mustang Water Rescue Dry Suits MSD576-XXL Water rescue dry suit, yellow/black, XXL
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The Mustang Water Rescue Dry Suit features reinforced wrists and ankle overcuffs with Velcro closures for adjustability. The two-point attachment removable suspender system provides an improved fit for greater mobility and flexibility, and the retro-reflective tape on the arms increase visibility. The reinforced knee and elbow pads help prevent injuries.

  • Box dimensions: 3"H x 15"W x 20"L
  • Weight: 6 pounds
  • (1) Dry suit
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