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Portwest S538 Moray Bomber Jacket - Black

Portwest S538 Moray Bomber Jacket - Black

Portwest

This Portwest bomber jacket is weather resistant with a fleece lined body and hood to keep the wearer both dry and warm. It has a simple styling with an interior storm flap and Velcro adjustable straps on the cuffs for a secure and comfortable fit. It also comes with print access so it can be personalised with either print or embroidery. This product conforms to EN 343 Class 3:1. Made using 100% Polyester with a PU coating. 135g. Size: S-3XL.

Code: 651969


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£28.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£34.79 inc. VAT
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Portwest S538 Moray Bomber Jacket - Black

This Portwest bomber jacket is weather resistant with a fleece lined body and hood to keep the wearer both dry and warm. It has a simple styling with an interior storm flap and Velcro adjustable straps on the cuffs for a secure and comfortable fit. It also comes with print access so it can be personalised with either print or embroidery. This product conforms to EN 343 Class 3:1. Made using 100% Polyester with a PU coating. 135g. Size: S-3XL.

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Manufacturer Portwest
Manufacturer Code S538

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