ANSI High Visibility Flotation Coats


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Model # 11474293 | Mfg # MC1504T3S | UPC # 62533190207

Based on the original Mustang Survival Flotation Coat, the ANSI High Visibility Flotation Coat is engineered to provide comfort, warmth, and durability.

This flotation coat provides constant warmth, excellent mobility, and comfort with the added benefit of high visibility ANSI Fluorescent Yellow Green fabric for ANSI/ISEA 107-2010 Class 2 compliance and water safety. The closed-cell foam flotation insulates to delay the onset of hypothermia in case you fall into freezing cold waters. A full length design offers maximum warmth while the front storm flap and sealed cuffs keep the elements out.

Added comfort comes in the form of neoprene cuffs and a contoured cut that won’t hinder your mobility. Store your gear in the large, front zippered pockets and adjust the front belt for a more custom-like fit. The ANSI fabric and ANSI reflective tape ensure visibility in all conditions. With 15.5 pounds of buoyancy encased in a water-resistant shell and the combined functional elements, Mustang’s High Visibility Flotation Coat will keep you warm, protected, and visible when you need it the most.

Key Features

  • Full length design for maximum warmth
  • Front belt for a more customized fit
  • ANSI Fluorescent Yellow Green fabric for ANSI/ISEA 107-2010 Class 2 compliance and water safety
  • Large, zippered pockets to store you gear
  • Full length storm flap and sealed cuffs to keep water out


  • USCG Approval Type: Type III
  • Intended Use: Industrial, Commercial, Law Enforcement, Land, Offshore
  • Buoyancy: 15.5lb.
  • Flotation Material:Closed-cell foam
  • Shell Fabric: Coated nylon
  • Closure: Zipper with storm flap, buckle
  • Warranty: One year


Note: Beginning November 24, 2008, the Federal Highway Administration (23 CFR 634) Highway Patrol Safety Regulation mandates that anyone working in the right-of-way of a federal-aid highway must be wearing high-visibility clothing that meet the requirements of ANSI/ISEA 107; 2004 edition class 2 or 3.

More information

For more information on USCG approval types and why you should always wear your life jacket when you are on a boat, see “Think Safe Choose the Right Personal Flotation Device (PFD)”.

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