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CT01-O/NV Bideford ISO 20471 Class 1 Cargo Trouser - Orange/Navy (Regular Length 31

CT01-O/NV Bideford ISO 20471 Class 1 Cargo Trouser - Orange/Navy (Regular Length 31")

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Class 1, ISO 20471 Cargo Trouser. Triple Stitched Main Seams. Quadruple Stitched Reflective Tape. Cargo Style Leg. Pockets with Reflective Piping. Internal Knee Pad Pockets. Back Pocket with Reflective Piping. Side Waist Elastic. 7 Belt Loops. Sizes: 28"-54" waist

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CT01-O/NV Bideford ISO 20471 Class 1 Cargo Trouser - Orange/Navy (Regular Length 31")

FEATURES
Triple Stitched Main Seams Quadruple Stitched Reflective Tape Cargo Style Leg Pockets with Reflective Piping Internal Knee Pad Pockets Back Pocket with Reflective Piping Side Waist Elastic 7 Belt Loops
FABRIC
280gsm Poly/Cotton with Water and Stain Repellent Finish
80% Polyester / 20% Cotton
COLOUR
Hi-Vis Orange and Navy
FASTENER
Metal Button with YKK Brass Zip Fly
SIZES
Regular Leg - Waist Sizes 28"-54"
Tall Leg - Waist Sizes 28"-54"
REFLECTIVE TAPE
3M Scotchlite
ISO 20471 CLASS 1

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Manufacturer Code CT01-O/NV

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