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PULSAR PR336 Rail Spec Hi-vis Combat Trouser (Tall)

PULSAR PR336 Rail Spec Hi-vis Combat Trouser (Tall)

Pulsar

Rail spec combat trousers with knee pad pockets and a Teflon finish.

Code: 652172


Pulsar

£23.29 Pair (ex. VAT)

£27.95 inc. VAT
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PULSAR PR336 Rail Spec Hi-vis Combat Trouser (Tall)

Featuring 3M Scotchlite Reflective Tape. Durable 275gsm 80% polyester, 20% cotton fabric. Genuine Teflon coating ensures unrivalled resistance to dirt and grease, whilst offering water repellence in light showers. Twin needle stitching and bar tacked at stress points for maximum durability. Triple stitched inseam for added strength. All pocket flaps have reflective piping detail. Bellowed combat style pockets to both thighs offering excellent storage, with extra reflectivity on pocket flaps. Knee pad pockets (knee pads not included). Unique double belt loop design allows a standard belt and utility belt to be worn at the same time. Double press stud and button fastening with zip fly. Conforms to EN471:2003 Class 1 & GO/RT 3279 | RIS-3279

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Manufacturer Pulsar
Manufacturer Code PR336

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