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MCR Flame Resistant (FR) Navy Contractor Coveralls

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    • MCR Flame Resistant (FR) Navy Contractor Coveralls

      • Max Comfort 7 oz 100% cotton FR twill fabric
      • Two needle reinforced stitching on major seams for durability
      • Heavy-duty two-way YKK brass break-away zipper with Neomex tape
      • Two chest pockets including left pocket with pen tunnel, two front hip pockets on coverall pants, tool pocket on right leg, two back patch pockets
      • Adjustable snap closure on cuff of sleeves and legs (all snaps have reinforcement strips)
      • NFPA 2112 UL Certified | ASTM F1506 Electric Arc Protection | NFPA 70E Hazard / Risk Cat HRC2
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