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Carhartt Jackets: Women’s Navy FR Insulated Jacket WFRJ130 DNY

December 14, 2012 - Comment

Need protection from the worst of the cold and the worst of the heat? Then look no further than the Carhartt WFRJ130 DNY Women’s Flame-Resistant Canvas Active Coat. It’s cozy, comfortable, and not all that bad looking. Did we mention that it’s flame-resistant?

 

Constructed out of 8.5oz flame-resistant canvas fabric you might just find that this coat is a harder worker than even you are. Its tight weave canvas fabric repels water and wind with ease. And because of its 88% cotton, 12% high-tenacity nylon construction, this coat is soft, stretchy, and abrasion-resistant.
Things get even better on the inside. 6.75oz flame-resistant quilt lining gives the jacket even more overall insulation and protection. Modacrylic batting has been quilted to the twill cloth for an even softer and warmer interior.

Two patch pockets are hidden away inside of the coat so that you can keep all of your essentials handy. Each pocket has a hook-and-loop closure so that they stay securely shut. The jacket also is secured with a brass front zipper that has Nomex zipper tape for additional reinforcement. The hidden snap closures allow you to close this coat up even tighter.

You won’t even need a hat when you’re wearing this coat – its quilt-lined three-piece hood protects your neck, head, and ears from the elements. It’s also fully adjustable thanks to its Nomex drawcord. Nomex is also used in the jacket’s rib-knit cuffs and waistband for even more insulation against cold weather and howling winds.

The Carhartt WFRJ130 DNY Women’s Dark Navy Flame-Resistant Canvas Active Coat is in a league of its own as far as flame resistant clothing goes. It is warm, safe, comfy, and stylish. Let this Carhartt jacket be the icing on your work day.

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