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Portwest T832 KX3 Baffle Jacket

Portwest T832 KX3 Baffle Jacket

Portwest

The Portwest T832 KX3 Baffle Jacket features a baffle torso with knit arms. The jacket's body-mapped design helps balance insulation and increase freedom of movement.

Code: 692756


Portwest

£36.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£44.39 inc. VAT Was: £40.99 (ex. VAT)
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Portwest T832 KX3 Baffle Jacket

Cutting edge design and high performance materials make this jacket stand out from the crowd. A body-mapped design helps balance insulation and freedom of movement. The hardwearing nylon outer combined with lightweight Insulatex thermal insulation and cosy knit sleeves provides optimum warmth and comfort. Clever features such as the two side zipped pockets and internal pockets offer secure storage. Interchangeable zip pullers in blue, red and lime green are supplied for personalisation.

• Contemporary design with clean cut lines
• Baffle torso with knit arms gives maximum comfort while working
• Body-mapped design helps balance insulation and increase freedom of movement
• Interchangeable zip pullers in blue, red and lime green
• Sizes: S-3XL

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Manufacturer Portwest
Manufacturer Code T832

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