Imperial USCG Immersion Suit
Three fingered mitt to keep your fingers warmer. Two zipper tabs; located at top and bottom of zipper. This cuts down on your donning time allowing the zipper to be pulled up. Wide legs to allow quick donning. Gives you the ability to don with shoes or boots on. Ankle straps aid in walking. Toe valves that purge water quickly. If your suit should be damaged or donned in the water it will necessary to get the water out of your suit before you can get into a life raft, onboard another vessel, or on the beach. The toe valves also release trapped air upon entering the water. Face seal is soft and flexible making it comfortable to wear. Back straps keep the ring in place. More reflective tape than required. Sturdy carrying bag with two handles. One handle on the side and one on the bottom for quick Donning. Quality bag snaps are used to help prevent corrosion.
Personal Survival Kit Pocket - this pocket zips right onto the high rider ring; a simple solution for the need of a personal survival kit. It can hold an EPIRB, spare glasses, medication, flares, water, food, etc.
PFD lights can be added at an additional cost
SOLAS Suits - Lifting Harness & Buddy Line to stay together; helps with rescuing and moral to be together
|Size||Height Range (M)||Height Range (FT/IN)||Weight Range (KG)||Weight Range (LBS)|
|Adult Small||1.47 to 1.77||4'10" to 5'10"||Up to 81||Up to 180|
|Universal||1.5 to 1.9||5'4" to 6'3"||50 to 150||110 to 330|
|Oversize||Over 1.9||Over 6'3"||Over 150||Over 330|
|Child||Up to 1.5||Up to 59"||Up to 150||Up to 110|