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November 13, 2012 - Comment

If you work at a job where heat or flame is at all involved, then it is very important that you take the time to find the right fire retardant clothing for your particular line of work. If you don’t do so, you are exposing yourself to harm and risking injury. Luckily, the Carhartt Men’s Flame-Resistant Canvas Cargo Pants FRB240 DNY is a quality fire-resistant pair of pants that you can trust on the job.

 

They are a NFPA 70E compliant pair of work pants that have a HRC 2 label on the front waistband so that you know exactly what safety features they have. 8.5 ounce FR canvas made of 88% cotton and 12% high-tenacity nylon gives these pants a rugged yet comfortable feel while providing you with top-of-the-line FR protection. The combination of the materials gives the pants an exceptionally soft feel that is easy to move around in. However, the pant’s incredible softness and comfort doesn’t sacrifice their fire-resistant features in any way.

 

An Arc resistant closure at the waist helps give you an extra sense of security and a brass fly zipper coated with Nomex FT zipper tape also helps keep you safe. 19-inch leg openings allow you to easily slip the pants over your work boots. Two large side cargo pockets and two reinforced back pockets give you plenty of space to store your tools.

 

The pants sit slightly lower than your natural waist line to maximize comfort. A roomy full seat and thigh design gives the pants a relaxed and non-constraining feel.
The Carhartt Men’s Flame-Resistant Canvas Cargo Pants FRB240 DNY are some of the most durable and long-lasting fire resistant pants available. If you have a job where safety matters, then trust no one but Carhartt to provide you with the protection and comfort that you require from your work clothing.

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