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Slipstream

Model: MV716E | SKU: 062533874695
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The Slipstream is a low profile, high performance PFD for all paddlers and sailors. This front-entry jacket features large cargo pockets designed to carry a VHF radio and other rescue gear. Our Z-Strap cinch system keeps the jacket from riding up and the 3D mesh liner keeps the airflow moving between the jacket and your body. The Slipstream also has sturdy, multi-use attachment loops on the front of the jacket covered with highly reflective trim. Keep your mitts toasty in fleece-lined hardwarmer pockets and your stuff handy with daisy chain attachment points and a lash tab.

Design Insights
  • Front-entry with zipper
  • 210/420D ripstop nylon shell
  • Z-Strap cinch system
  • 3D breathable mesh liner
  • Expanding cargo pockets
  • Fleece-lined hand warmer pockets with carabiner loops
  • Adjustable padded neoprene shoulders
  • Sturdy reflective attachment loops above pockets
  • Daisy chain attachments
  • Tethered signal whistle
  • Lash tab
Specs
  • USCG Approve Type III PFD
  • Chest Size: 30-40" SM/MD, 40-50" LG/XL
  • Buoyancy: 15lbs 11oz
  • Weight: 80lbs & up

Proposition 65 WARNING for California residents: https://mustangsurvival.com/pages/proposition-65.

Product Care
EVERY USE Rinse after use, especially after use in salt water. Hang to dry away from sunlight. OCCASIONALLY Hand wash in mild detergent to help prevent mildew, rinse and hang to dry. We like McNett™s Wetsuit and Drysuit Shampoo. McNett™s MiraZyme or Sink the Stink is good if your PFD has developed a funk, or you can use all natural Surf Remedy to shed the stink! SEASONALLY Inspect PFD for tears and holes, be sure zippers and buckles are working properly. If material is faded the fabric has probably lost strength. Foam deteriorates over time, so test your PFD and be sure it keeps your mouth out of the water. If you notice fraying of fabric or straps, serious UV damage, or crushed foam, please discard and replace with a shiny new MTI PFD.