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P191 Pulsar® Padded Bomber Jacket

P191 Pulsar® Padded Bomber Jacket

Pulsar

3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective Tape. YKK® zip concealed by double Velcro storm flap. Waterproof zip pocket to right chest ideal for mobile phone. Large external bellowed pockets with separate hand warmer pockets. Elasticated adjustable storm cuffs for superior fitting.

Code: 453182


Pulsar

£55.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£67.19 inc. VAT
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P191 Pulsar® Padded Bomber Jacket

Sew-on Reflective Tape. Full length YKK® zip concealed by double Velcro storm flap. Sports style waterproof zip pocket to right chest ideal for mobile phone. Large external bellowed pockets with separate hand warmer pockets. Elasticated adjustable storm cuffs for superior fitting. Underarm ventilation. Elasticated waistband for added comfort. Reflective piping detail to all external pocket flaps. Modern sports waterproof zip away and detachable lined arctic. style hood with draw cord. Unique flip-out ID window design. 3 pen pockets on left sleeve with embroidered eyelets for water expulsion. Micro-fleece collar for extra warmth and comfort. Chin protector.

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Manufacturer Pulsar
Manufacturer Code P191

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