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- ASIN: B00CHCCI4A
- Item model number: UHV563X-5XL
- Average Customer Review: 28 customer reviews
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Utility Pro UHV563 Nylon/Polyester High-Vis Bomber Jacket with Zip-Out Fleece Liner with Dupont Teflon fabric protector, Lime/Black, 5X-Large
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- High-visibility bomber jacket
- Nylon quilted lining with 4-3/4 ounces poly-fill insulation
- DuPont Teflon fabric protector repels water and dirt to help prevent stains and resist fading
- ANSI 107-2010 Class 3
- 5X-large size
- ANSI class 3 mens high visibility bomber jacket with zip-out storm fleece liner, nylon shell infused with DuPont Teflon fabric protector
- Bellow pockets with side entry, hidden hood, nylon quilted lining with zip out storm fleece
- Black bottom and sleeve helps protect the garment against wear and tear keeps the garment stay cleaner longer
|Fabric Type||Shell: 100% Polyester; Lining: Polyester Fleece/Nylon blend|
|Number of Items||1|
|Specification Met||ANSI 107-2010 Class 3|
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|Brand Name||Old Toledo Brands|
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ANSI class 3 mens high visibility bomber jacket with zip-out storm fleece liner. Nylon shell infused with DuPont Teflon fabric protector. Bellow pockets with side entry. Hidden hood. Nylon quilted lining with zip out storm fleece. Black bottom and sleeve helps protect the garment against wear and tear keeps the garment stay cleaner longer.
Size Name: 5X-Large | Color: Lime/Black
Top Customer Reviews
There was missing stitching in the inside pocket liner. I guess I will try to fix it myself somehow. Maybe I'll glue it
Too cold to return it. Keeps me very warm and dry!
Now for us southern California types, you will probably want to remove the liner in this jacket, until I did, each time I wore it I'd be sweating in no time, once removed I discovered a second insulation layer within, not simply a nylon shell as the craftsman was. You snow people, should appreciate the thermal comfort when combined with liner.
warm coats and wish they came with heavier hoods but they also a complete waterproof and are wind resistant and so I recommend these
for wet, wind, snow, very warmest coats ever owned and I have three on them