- 88% Cotton, 12% Nylon
- Button closure
- Machine Wash
- Carhartt Company Gear Collection
- 7-ounce, lightweight, flame-resistant twill
- Flame-resistant melamine buttons
- Nfpa 70e compliant
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Carhartt's flame-resistant twill shirt with pocket flaps works as hard as you do. Made of 7-ounce, flame-resistant twill, it features two chest pockets with flaps and button closures, flame-resistant melamine buttons and a button-down collar. It also has triple-stitched main seams and a shaped shirt tail.
read more about carhartt's <a href=http://www.carhartt.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/frmainview?langid=-1&s toreid=10051&catalogid=10101&descppc=personalprotectiveclothing<a href= </a> flame-resistant line.
- Package Dimensions : 14 x 10.4 x 2 inches; 1.3 Pounds
- Item model number : FRS160-KHI
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : November 15, 2010
- Manufacturer : Carhartt
- ASIN : B003NGQPB6
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I wear this shirt while loading a blast furnace. Along with full-face protection and appropriate gloves, I am momentarily (less than a second) exposed to 2000-degree flames blowing back at me which lick at my protective gear. To date, I've melted my hat, gotten some blisters around my wrists when something sneaks past the cuffs of the gloves and have in fact suffered a single burn through the cuff button area of the shirt. However, before owning this shirt, I was getting cooked on a regular basis.
Get the right gear and have realistic expectations for the tools.
I had to purchase FR clothing for a job at a chemical plant and went with this one due to Carhartt, generally, being quality and was rather affordable compared to many of the brands I found on here.
THE problem was that it was summer in south Alabama and this shirt does not breathe well.
So, this shirt will be perfect in the fall and winter... I just don't recommend it for warmer climates.
The fit is a little on the larger size, so watch out for that (if it will be an issue for you) but it was not an issue for me at all. It's comfortable, and moves with you in an easy way.
By Casey D on September 26, 2020