Mustang Survival: M.I.T. 150 PFD, Taku Dry Suit, Traction UV Gloves
The new Mustang Survival M.I.T. 150 Convertible PFD can convert between automatic and manual-only inflation modes by easily swapping inflator caps (included) depending on your situation. Mustang’s M.I.T. 150 provides 38 pounds of buoyancy when inflated. The exclusive Membrane Inflatable Technology (M.I.T.) creates a lightweight, flexible fit. A zippered hip pocket for the converter cap. High tenacity nylon face fabric provides supple feel while maintaining durability. One-fold, easy-to-repack design.
The new Taku Dry Bib Pant and Dry Top: Bib has Undercurrent Neoprene Inner Skirt and relief zipper. 3-layer MarineSpec SP for waterproof, breathable performance. Seat, knees and socks reinforced with 500D Cordura for added abrasion resistance. Adjustable shoulder strap for perfect fit. Zippered chest pocket. Inseam gusset for increased comfort and range of motion. Removeable molded EVA knee pads for extra protection. Articulated knees. The Taku Dry Top also has 3-layer MarineSpec SP waterproof and breathable performance. Fabric overlay and neck collar latex seal. Wrist over-cuffs protect seals, and easily peel back for sleeve adjustment. Trimmable latex seals at neck and wrists for customized fit. Underarm gusset for added mobility when paddling. Neoprene waist band helps seal out water. Zippered chest pocket.
The Traction UV Open Finger Gloves are lightweight and breathable. Protects hands from constant sun exposure without adding weight or bulk. Lightweight polyester Spandex knit with UV treated yarns keep your hands protected and cool. Extended wrist coverage. Extended index finger reduces blisters and cuts. UPF 50 Protection AX Suede™ G-Series palm overlays provide unmatched wet grip and abrasion resistance. Palms are AX Suede™ Fit with perforations for improved venting. Pairing snaps keep gloves together when not in use. Finger pull tabs with Silicon grip for easy glove removal along with a cuff pull tab with Silicon grip
Headquartered in British Columbia, Canada, the Mustang Waterlife Studio is a stone’s throw from the water’s edge. We are surrounded by fresh water, a big ocean, and all the weather the Pacific Northwest can throw at us. It’s where we have been obsessing for the last 50 years on how to protect and enhance the performance of those that share our belief; that a life on the water is better than a life on land.
Our 50 year obsession has led us to building the Mustang Waterlife Studio. It’s our HQ which includes; a science lab to test human physiology and material properties, a prototyping shop that our industrial design and engineering team can craft product concepts, a testing pool to evaluate new ideas (not to mention we are right beside the mighty Fraser River and Pacific Ocean for real-world testing), and a full manufacturing center to carefully craft our marine gear. It’s unique in this day and age to find a collective group of people so obsessed with every detail that they control every facet of the product experience. It allows us to truly challenge the status quo of how marine gear is designed and built.