Mustang Survival Deluxe Anti-Exposure Coverall and Worksuit
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- United States Coast Guard Type III Approval
- Inflatable head support pillow for additional buoyancy
- Neoprene wrist closures
- Tug-Tites at thighs and ankles for improved fit
- SOLAS reflective tape
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Mustang Survival's MS2175 Deluxe Anti-Exposure Coverall and 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. 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.
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I wear this suit ice fishing, late fall/winter fishing, and early spring fishing on lake erie. Lake erie water temps can routinely drop below 30 degrees but usually when fishing from the boat they are around high 30s to low 40s during the late winter and early spring; at that temperature you would have minutes before hypothermia sets in. The different between these suits and say a striker ice suit; which is also own; is these are a one piece suit, so there is minimal change of failure or water penetration. This suit is far warmer than I could have imagine, it does run a little on the small size as i purchased an XL and it is snug, however that is fine. I would prefer snug vs swimming in it; no pun intended.
I have modified mine a little with some iron on reflective patches; that simply add to the shoulder ones; I also sewed in a water activated LED strobe and a whistle. I keep floating flares in the breast pocket as well.
This suit is surprisingly easy to put on as well! I would not recommend NOT having it on and then having to put it on if you're sinking, however it takes minutes to put on, and you only have one life. Generally speaking i wear it fully covered when under power, and then unzip for comfort when fishing, it would be easy enough to zip up should something go wrong.
Most water accidents occur when under power going to or from the fishing area. I would recommend using this with the mustang lifeline throw rope and a nebullus system for any hard core ice fisherman. I have two mustang lifelines on my boat, bow and stern and for the money theyre worth it.
very cheap priced and I payd for it.
What did I get..., 2 insulated hoods..???
I did not need 2 insulated hoods...!!!!
This both items cost me in total $323,80
I have fill in a claim to refund my money
and what did I get..., $200
Why do I have to pay $123 for useless stuff
that I never have orderd...?
That's not the way I run my business..!