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P206 | PULSAR® Foul Weather Over Trouser, Short Length

P206 | PULSAR® Foul Weather Over Trouser, Short Length

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3M Scotchlite Reflective Tape. Full length vertical stripes front and rear to show height in the wearer, increasing night time visibility. Rear and thigh pockets with reflective piping on flaps. Elasticated waistband and draw cord for a more precise fit. Gusseted at hem of legs with waterproof zips for ease over work boots, as well as preventing excess dirt from jamming zips. Slit access hip pockets allow access to garments underneath. Class 3 waterproof and breathable 300 denier PU polyester outer fabric. EN ISO 20471 Class 2, EN343 Class 3:3

Code: 731980


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P206 | PULSAR® Foul Weather Over Trouser, Short Length

3M & trade Scotchlite & trade Reflective Tape. Full length vertical stripes front and rear to show height in the wearer, increasing night time visibility. Rear and thigh pockets with reflective piping on flaps. Elasticated waistband and draw cord for a more precise fit. Gusseted at hem of legs with waterproof zips for ease over work boots, as well as preventing excess dirt from jamming zips. Slit access hip pockets allow access to garments underneath. Class 3 waterproof and breathable 300 denier PU polyester outer fabric.

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Manufacturer Pulsar
Manufacturer Code PR206TRS

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