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Mustang Survival Catalyst Flotation Coat 2 - HARMONIZED

$664.99 CAD MC5446

Mustang Survival provides safety, simplicity, and surefire warmth, all wrapped up in one does-it-all layer that lets you focus on your mission. Modified from the original Floater Coat that started the Mustang story back in the ‘50s, and harmonized across Canada and the US, the Catalyst Flotation Coat gives you the comfort, mobility and range of motion you want with the warmth your long days on the water won’t compromise on.

Kick the inconvenience of changing in and out of your PFD as you navigate on- and off-board with the PFD integrated directly into one elements-blocking jacket. Keep wind & moisture out with adjustable cuffs at the wrists. Stay covered up as you bend, twist and move with a longer cut that prevents riding up. The Catalyst Flotation Coat is your ultimate winter layer for the water.

Field tested by Coast Guard training crews, fishing lodges and Mustang PRO-staff. Integrates seamlessly with Catalyst Flotation Bib Pants.  When worn in combination, the Catalyst Flotation Coat and Catalyst Flotation Pant provide an immersed Clo Value of 0.17.

    • Approval: Harmonized Level 70 - USA and Canada
    • (Meets minimum buoyancy of 15.7 LBS)
    • M-Tech Comfort System provides unparalleled range of motion and mobility
    • Outer shell is waterproof to 10,000 mm with vapor transmission rate of 5,000 g/m2 per 24 hrs
    • Protection from rain and spray without the clammy feeling of traditional flotation jackets
    • Field tested by Coast Guard training crews, fishing lodges and Mustang PRO-staff
    • Zippered chest pocket and front cargo pockets
    • Underarm ventilation zippers
    • Front cargo pockets
    • Reflective accents for enhanced visibility
    • Integrated hood with reflective trim
    • ComfortCuff™ technology
    • D-ring for engine cut off switch
    • Sizing: S - 3XL
    • Buoyancy: 15.7 LBS of buoyancy
    • Color: Orange/Black Stocked
    • Approval: Harmonized Level 70 - USA and Canada (Meets minimum buoyancy of 15.7 LBS)
    • Recommend for:
      • Fishing, Sailing, Boating, Hunting, Snowmobiling, Industrial Marine, Law Enforcement, Public Safety, Coast Guard


    Did you know that being submerged in cold water for just 20 minutes can lead to hypothermia, unconsciousness, and even death?

    How long a person can survive in cold water primarily depends on the water’s temperature, exposure time, and the thermal insulation of the victim’s protective clothing. The insulation within clothing is measured with the unit “Clo.” By determining the rate at which heat is lost from the body, as well as the difference in temperature between the skin and the water, predictions can be made of the rate a person’s body temperature will drop when submerged in water.

    For example, one “Clo” represents the thermal comfort of an average person in business clothing in a room temperature indoor environment. Fractions of this thermal comfort are what are perceived when worn in the water, because water transfers heat out of the body 25 times faster than air.