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Softshell Jacket HRC2 Hi-Vis Flame Retardant D/N – Bool

SKU: ARC-JACKET2-B- Categories: , ,

Bool’s Softshell Jacket is suitable for working in HRC2 environments up to 17.4cal/cm2. Ideal to keep you warm in cold environments and during Winter.

Key Features:

  • Hazard Risk Category: HRC2 17.4cal/cm2
  • Size: S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL
  • Inherent FR fabric
  •  360gsm 3-layer softshell combining poly shell fabric and breathable FR PU
  • 3-layer softshell: FR Inherent poly shell fabric and breathable FR PU
  • Anti-static fabric dissipates electrostatic charge from across its’ surface as per EN1149-3 reducing the risk of conductivity for the wearer
  • Inherent FR fleece and flame retardant thread used in seams
  • Segmented FR heat applied reflective-tape
  • ‘H- front’ and back jacket tape configuration for optimal visibility
  • Biomotion sleeve tape configuration to enhance visibility of limbs during movement
  • Insulated garment providing production against cold conditions
  • Nomex FR zippers
  • Radio loop on right-hand side chest
  • Outer manufactured from 100% Polyester
  • Inner manufactured from 60% Modacrylic, 38% Cotton and 2% Carbon
  • Colour options to suit your requirements
    • Yellow/Navy with reflective tape
    • Orange/Navy with reflective tape


  • AS/NZS 1906.4.2010 – Class NF
  • AS/NZS 1906.4.2010 – Class R
  • AS/NZS 4602.1.2011
  • 50+ UPF
  • NFPA 70E
  • AS 4836

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