Safety Ladies winter jacket

Hivis orange/Green (101)Hivis orange/Blue ink (10165)Hivis orange/Anthracite grey (1079)Hivis yellow/Blue ink (38165)Hivis yellow/Black (3820)Hivis red/Black (4720)Hivis orange (10)
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About the Product

Fluorescent breathable, wind and waterproof winter jacket with taped seams, specially designed for women. The jacket has a high neck and longer back. Double placket closure with zip and Velcro at the front. Two spacious side pockets, breast pocket and inside pocket, all with zip closure. Detachable hood with adjustment option and space for safety helmet. Adjustable storm cuff at the bottom, ensuring warmth in unpredictable weather. Ribbed wrists and collar, reducing the risk of drag. Reflectors across the shoulders and around the sleeves and waist. Class 2. Tested after 50 machine washes.

  • Specially designed for women
  • Breathable, wind and waterproof
  • Hidden zip and Velcro closure at the front
  • Many functional pockets - all with zip
  • Detachable hood with adjustment option
  • Adjustable storm cuff at the bottom
  • Zip in lining, providing option for print/embroidery
  • Class 2 clothing
  • Class 3 clothing (L - 3XL col. 10)


Quality 100% Polyester, 190 g/m² WP ≥ 20000 Pa / Ret ≤ 15 m2 Pa/W
  • Do not use softener
  • When the Jacket are worn together with model 2544-314, 2545-319, 2546-314, 2547-319, 3544-314 or 3545-319, the set is classified as EN ISO 20471 garment class 3
  • Drip dry hanging
  • Max times of washing: 50
  • Wash separately
  • Use together with suitable trousers or overalls with same or higher insulation classification, to attain protection against cold
Safety EN20471 Guidebook
EN342 Guidebook
EN343 Guidebook
FE-Tex Membrane
Room for Helmet
Taped seams
In transition to Repreve®
Tested after 50 washes

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