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Carhartt FRV036

Carhartt Flame-Resistant Duck Vest - Quilt Lined


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Carhartt's flame-resistant duck vest is quilt-lined for cooler days.

•  13-ounce, 100% cotton flame-resistant duck
•  11.5-ounce, FR quilt lining: FR modacrylic batting quilted to twill face cloth
•  Two large quilt lined front pockets
•  Inside patch pocket with hook-and-loop closure
•  Nomex® FR rib-knit collar
•  Brass front zipper with Nomex® zipper tape
•  Inside and outside protective flaps and hidden snap closure for electric arc protection
•  Size Large Regular back length 28"; Tall 30"
•  Carhartt FR and HRC 4 labels sewn on left-front pocket
•  NFPA 70E compliant
•  HRC - 4
•  ATPV(CAL/CM) - 54.3
 
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by very warm very warm and comfortable It leaves your arms free for rubber gloves and sleeves when doing hot work A+ January 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by VERY FELL CONSTRUCTED WITH HEAVY ZIPPER This is my 4th or 5th FR vest. I am a repair welder and use this vest for protection and freedom of arm movement every day. If they could make grinder proof now?!?!? March 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Challenge you to find a better vest I purchased this vest because there are so many days out here were a jacket or coat is to much to wear. I purchased this vest about 6 weeks ago and have wore it nearly everyday. It is well built and very comfortable. Wear it over a long sleeve long and it will keep you pretty warm even with temperature down to the upper 20's. I will be purchasing other Carthartt gear in the future. January 16, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by Like it alot! I really like this product. Keeps me warm and it allows me to work comfortably with out any restrictions. The only thing I would change is the collar. Wish it had a collar where I could fold it up or down. I think it would help the appearence and serve a purpose when the wind picked up. If it had that I would love this product. January 13, 2011
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