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PR505 PULSAR® Rail Spec Foul Weather Breathable Coverall (GO/RT)

PR505 PULSAR® Rail Spec Foul Weather Breathable Coverall (GO/RT)

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Waterproof and breathable rail spec (GO/RT) coverall. 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective Tape. Full length YKK® 2-way zip concealed by Velcro double storm flap. 2 chest pockets with Velcro closure flaps. Velcro wrap around adjustable storm cuffs for superior fitting. Full description below. Sizes: S-3XL.

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PR505 PULSAR® Rail Spec Foul Weather Breathable Coverall (GO/RT)

3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective Tape.
Full length YKK® 2-way zip concealed by Velcro double storm flap.
2 chest pockets with Velcro closure flaps.
Velcro wrap around adjustable storm cuffs for superior fitting.
Neoprene inner cuff.
Underarm ventilation.
Reflective piping detail to all external pocket flaps.
Modern sports style zip away and detachable lined arctic style hood with draw cord.
Unique flip-out ID window design.
Micro fleece collar for extra warmth and comfort.
Kneepad pockets (Knee pads not included).
Rear patch pocket with flap.
Bellowed combat style thigh pockets to each leg with extra 1" reflective stripe on pocket flaps.
Elasticated waistband for a more precise fit.
Chin protector.
Gusseted at hem of legs with waterproof zips for ease over work boots, as well as preventing excess dirt jamming zips.
Interactive zips to accommodate G100COV liner.
Class 3 waterproof and breathable 300 denier PU polyester outer fabric.
100% polyester mesh lining.
EN ISO 20471:2013 Class 3
EN343 Class 3:3
GO/RT 3279 | RIS-3279
Colour: Hi Vis Orange
Sizes: Small - 3XL

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Pulsar
Manufacturer Code PR505

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