Most people stop wearing life jackets after spending about 10 minutes in one of those universal, blaze-orange torture devices found on most head boats. While they will save your life once you go in the water, they will make it a living hell while you’re standing around or working in one on a hot day. Proving that good designs never go out of style, Mustang is bringing back a tried-and-true favorite: the first inflatable life jacket ever designed by the company. Lighter, simpler and better all around, it packs a lot of benefits into its stylish figure.
The Automatic MD2012 pops open via a CO2 cartridge the instant you hit the water. Made from a durable 500-Denier nylon, the life jacket offers 22 pounds of buoyancy when inflated, and one size fits everyone on board. The lightweight components reduce chafing and fatigue in the water, and you can inflate the jacket orally if needed. For more information, visit www.mustangsurvival.com.