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1158-237

Safety softshell jacket

Colours
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)
Sizes
XSSMLXL2XL3XL4XL5XL6XL
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About the Product

Functional and stylish fluorescent softshell jacket in modern cut, which is wind and water-repellent. The jacket has fleece on the inside and in the collar, making it feel soft and comfortable on the skin. Stretchable quality that provides comfort and movement. Reflector zip in the front. Two spacious side pockets and breast pocket - all with zip. Two large inside pockets with Velcro closure. The jacket has an elastic hem at the bottom. The sleeves have an extra storm cuff in an elastic material. The storm cuff has a hole for the thumb and can be pulled over the hand to further protect from the cold. Reflectors across the shoulders and around the sleeves and waist. Class 2. Tested after 25 machine washes.

  • Modern fit
  • Wind and water-repellent
  • Excellent comfort and movement
  • Stretchable quality
  • Reflector zip in the front
  • Many functional pockets - all with zip
  • Inside pockets with Velcro
  • Elastic hem at the bottom
  • Sleeves with elastic storm cuff with thumb hole
  • Class 2 clothing
  • Class 3 clothing (L - 6XL col. 10)

Technical

Quality 100% Polyester, 320 g/m² WP 9000 / 9,7 Ret m2 / Pa/W
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  • 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: 25
  • Wash separately
OEKOTEX
Safety EN20471 Guidebook
GO-RT3279
FE-Tex Membrane
Tested after 25 washes
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