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MUSTANG SURVIVAL Type-V USCG Anti-Exposure Work Suit

Mustang’s USCG-approved Type V Survival Work Suit features AirSoft™ insulating flotation foam, an inflatable neck support, roll-away hood, high-visibility reflective patches, adjustable waist and leg straps, stretchy neoprene cuffs and seven pockets. Items not for sale in Canada
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Product Models
Description WM Model # MFG Part # Availability Price Quantity  
Anti-Exposure Work Suit, XX-Large, 54"-58" Chest , Orange 10802460 MS2175 O-3XL
Delivery within 2 - 3 weeks.

$649.99

Anti-Exposure Work Suit, Large, 42"-46" Chest , Black/Orange 7809809 MS2175-OR/BK-L
In stock online.

$569.99

Anti-Exposure Work Suit, Medium, 38"-42" Chest , Black/Orange 7809791 MS2175-OR/BK-M
In stock online.

$569.99

Anti-Exposure Work Suit, Black/Orange, Small (34"-38") 7809783 MS2175-OR/BK-S
Delivery within 2 - 3 weeks.

$569.99

Anti-Exposure Work Suit, X-Large, 46"-50" Chest , Black/Orange 7809817 MS2175-OR/BK-XL
In stock online.

$569.99

Anti-Exposure Work Suit, Black/Orange, X-Small (30"-34") 7809775 MS2175-OR/BK-XS
Delivery within 2 - 3 weeks.

$569.99

Anti-Exposure Work Suit, XX-Large, 50"-54" Chest , Orange 136692 MS21752X/O
In stock online.

$569.99

Anti-Exposure Work Suit, Large, 42"-46" Chest , Orange 136676 MS2175LG/O
In stock online.

$569.99

Anti-Exposure Work Suit, Medium, 38"-42" Chest, Orange 136668 MS2175MD/O
In stock online.

$569.99

Anti-Exposure Work Suit, XX-Large, 50"-54" Chest , Black/Orange 7809825 MS2175OR/BK-2XL
In stock online.

$569.99

Anti-Exposure Work Suit, Black/Orange, XXX-Large (54"-58") 7809833 MS2175OR/BK-3XL
Delivery within 2 - 3 weeks.

$569.99

Anti-Exposure Work Suit, X-Small, 30"-34" Chest, Orange 136650 MS2175SM/O
In stock online.

$569.99

Anti-Exposure Work Suit, X-Large, 46"-50" Chest , Orange 136684 MS2175XL/O
In stock online.

$569.99

Product Description

Mustang’s USCG-approved Type V Survival Work Suit features AirSoft™ insulating flotation foam, an inflatable neck support, roll-away hood, high-visibility reflective patches, adjustable waist and leg straps, stretchy neoprene cuffs and seven pockets. Items not for sale in Canada

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Mustang SurvivalType V USCG Anti Exposure Work Suit
 
5.0

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5.0

Warm, Dry, and Safe

By Mark

from Houston

About Me Intermediate

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Pros

  • Adjustable
  • Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Keeps You Warm
  • Keeps You Warm When Tenps
  • Warm
  • Waterproof

Cons

  • A Bit Expensive
  • Hard To Clean

Best Uses

  • Boating
  • Cool Or Cold Sailing

Comments about Type V USCG Anti Exposure Work Suit:

I have had these coveralls for 15 years. I have used them fishing on the Niagara River in the winter in small boats; fishing on Lake Ontario in the winter in small boats; sailing on Lake Erie in the fall, winter, and spring; sailing on the Gulf of Mexico in the fall, winter, spring. They have kept me warm, dry, and safe.

  • Chest Size:
  • Feels true to size

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5.0

Excellent for Cool or Cold Weather

By Mark

from Houston, TX

About Me Advanced

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Adjustable
  • Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Easy To Don
  • May Save Your Life
  • Rugged Zippers
  • Warm On Cold Days
  • Waterproof
  • Windproof

Cons

  • Does Not Breath
  • Does Not Have A Harness

Best Uses

  • Boating
  • Cool Rainy Weather
  • When Water Is Cool

Comments about Type V USCG Anti Exposure Work Suit:

I wear the suit when the water temp is below 70 degrees F or when the air temp is below 60 degrees F. I use it fishing and sailing. It keeps me warm and dry even when I am on the Great Lakes from mid-October to early June. I wore my suit when the air temp dropped below 60 on a recent 150 mile sailboat race in October in the Gulf of Mexico.

I unzip the front of the coveralls if I feel too warm or clammy. I wear an inflatable PFD with a harness built-in over the suit when I need to tether when sailboat racing.

  • Chest Size:
  • Feels true to size

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