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Aviation Specialty Products

The MAC100 is the second generation of Mustang's Aviation Coveralls, augmenting the MAC10, which has set the standard for anti-exposure flight coverall for nearly 20 years. For the first time, it is possible to provide a high level of anti-exposure protection without sacrificing comfort during prolonged missions. This one-piece flight suit provides protection against fire, radiant heat, cold weather, cold-water immersion and drowning. The MAC100 is a close-fitting, durable garment engineered for maximum mobility during aircraft operations.

NOTE: This is a built-to-order item. Delivery is typically 4-6 weeks.

Mustang Survival Constant Wear Aviation Coverall

PT#: MAC100

Mustang Survival Constant Wear Aviation Coverall

:: Specifications

  • Model (USA & Canada): MAC100
  • Available Colors: Royal Blue, Olive, Orange
  • Sizes: 1 → 15

:: Features

  • Close-fitting, tailored garment with three layers of protection: a Nomex Outer Shell and a Nomex Inner Lining
    • Provides protection from flash fire and flame resistance
  • AirSoft Foam Liner
    • For flotation and hypothermia protection
  • Engineered to provide generous room in high movement areas for maximum wearer mobility and comfort
  • Outer shell is reinforced in high abrasion areas with rugged leather panels
  • Zippered ankle gussets assist in donning and offing
  • A range of pockets is provided to store personal items, notepads, pens and survival equipment, including a survival knife
  • Patented Tug-Tite closures at the wrist and ankles enhance the in-water hypothermia protective performance by minimizing cold water flushing
  • Durable, flame-resistant Nomex aramid, anti-static fabric provides external protection for the inherently buoyant, flame resistant, thermally protective, integral wetsuit
  • An inner layer of Nomex aramid fabric provides further flame resistant protection and comfort
  • Compatible with any lifejacket
  • Total Comfort System—consists of multiple apertures engineered into the foam liner and is combined with a moisture permeable membrane which allows excess body heat moisture to escape while providing a thermal barrier against the dangers of outside elements.
  • A fire resistant neoprene hood and inflatable mitts are included and stored in ankle pockets
  • The inherent buoyancy is well below the 35 lbs. maximum recommended for ditched helicopter egress, yet about the 15.5 lbs. minimum buoyancy required for PFD
  • Immersed Clo 0.47

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