Low maintenance - no inflator maintenance required for five years, unless fired
Reliable inflation - inflating under hydrostatic pressure, the PFD will not inflate prematurely due to rain, humidity, or water contact
Safety inspection window - easily view the inflator replacement date and inflator status through the safety inspection window - green indicates readiness for use
Fits up to a 52'' chest
This life vest provides the ultimate in safety, with 40 lbs. of buoyancy and up to 9'' of freeboard. Low-maintenance hydrostatic inflator. Color: Red/Black. One size fits most.
For more than 35 years, Mustang Survival has been committed to providing life support solutions for people exposed to the most hazardous environments. Mustang is a leading supplier of protective garments to the most demanding users -- fishermen, power boaters, sailors, the Coast Guard, jet fighter pilots, and even NASA astronauts.
This vest uses Mustang Survival Rearming Kit Model MA7218 which is sold separately and can be found through keyword search "Rearming Kit Model MA7218".
Be SAFE and be LEGAL by wearing a PFD at all times.
Rated 4 out of 5 by biglarry good purchase
A wonderful product. Needs to be made in larger sizes and needs to state sizes jackets are before you purchase product from bass pro shops.
October 12, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by JoeD1000 Excellent
I am 250 lbs. A regular vest burns me up and hinders movement while fishing. This Mustang Survival Vest is lightweight, is cool while wearig it, stays out of my way and is extremely comfortablel to wear Go Mustang!
May 24, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by buzzbaitguy Mustang Cruiser Vest
Bought this product for it's HIT and LIFT features after owning a competetors brand vest. The competition's vest fired twice while in my vehicle and in my boat storage, so I was seeking a model that was reliable. I researched this model and can say it IS a great vest. It is shorter than than the others on the market, won't misfire and provides additional "freeboard" when deployed. The only beef I have with it, is that the strap around the waist keeps pulling through the vest and has to be threaded through each time I put it on. A small price to pay for such a quality PFD.
September 9, 2010