Breathable dry suit co-developed with the U.S. Navy for aviation rescue swimmer missions. Offering the highest level of operational compatibility and performance, the suit is built to perform in the most extreme environments and is compatible with aircrew duties in most aircraft.
Featuring Gor-Tex® waterproof, breathable fabric, the MSD565 allows a full range of motion for ease of swimming and performance of duties involving climbing, lifting, rescue, and salvage operations. The suite also features an exhaust valve in the forearm that can be used to reduce buoyancy by quickly purging excess, trapped air. This ability to discharge of excess air from the suit provides improved mobility in the water. The suit also features padded reinforcement in areas that receive high wear and pressure during rescue missions.
The MD565 incorporates internal suspenders to provide a closer fit over a range of sizes. Attached stretch fabric Gor-Tex® socks can accommodate the swim fins used by rescue swimmers. A neoprene panel is attached on the inside of the suit to cushion the wearer from the rescue harness buckle.
APPROVED FOR USE BY NAVAIR
Thermal performance of the MSD565, as with any dry suit, is dependent on the type and thickness of the undergarment worn. Mustang Survival's MSL600 Dry Suit Liner is the perfect companion for the MSD565.
MSD565 has been discontinued and replaced with MSD660. One large in stock.