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PIPPACOTT Orange Coolviz Ladies Polo Shirt ISO 20471 Cl 2

PIPPACOTT Orange Coolviz Ladies Polo Shirt ISO 20471 Cl 2

Leo Workwear

Constructed from orange, hi-vis, lightweight quick drying polyester and benefitting from segmented stretch reflective tape, perfect for keeping you cool and comfortable whilst working in warm weather conditions.

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Code: 651950


Leo Workwear

£17.95 Each (ex. VAT)

£21.54 inc. VAT
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PIPPACOTT Orange Coolviz Ladies Polo Shirt ISO 20471 Cl 2

SO 20471 Class 2 Coolviz Plus Ladies Polo Shirt Orange
FEATURES
Railway Group Standard RIS-3279-TOM Mesh Ventilated Under-arms & Side Seams Segmented Reflective Tape Split Hem Design 3 Button Placket with Contrast Fuchsia Lining & Buttons
FABRIC
Coolviz Plus Polyester 130gsm
COLOUR
Hi-Vis Orange (RIS-3279-TOM)
TRIM COLOUR
Hi Vis Orange Collar with Contrast Fuchsia Lining & Buttons
SIZES
XS (8) - 4XL (22)
REFLECTIVE TAPE
Chevron Design Segmented Tape
ISO 20471 CLASS 2
LENGTH
73-83cm


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Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Leo Workwear
Manufacturer Code PL03-O

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