Lincoln Heavy Duty Leather Welding Jacket
Lincoln Heavy Duty Leather Welding Jacket (K2989)
Lincoln Heavy Duty Leather Welding Jacket (K2989)
Lincoln Heavy Duty Leather Welding Jacket (K2989)
Lincoln Heavy Duty Leather Welding Jacket (K2989)
Lincoln Heavy Duty Leather Welding Jacket (K2989)

Lincoln Heavy Duty Leather Welding Jacket (K2989)

Sale price$165.00 Regular price$176.00
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Thanks to its split cowhide construction, the Lincoln Heavy Duty Leather Welding Jacket is ready for whatever you can throw at it. A 9 oz flame retardant cotton back helps keep you cooler than traditional full leather jackets. A large inside left pocket provides a bit of extra storage while a flip-up Velcro collar offers added protection during your application.

• 9 oz. Flame Retardant Cotton back keeps you cooler than full leather back
• Large Inside left pocket for protected storage
• Flip-up Velcro Collar offers extra protection

Sizing info:
Medium (Chest: 40-42 | Sleeve: 31), Large (Chest: 44-46 | Sleeve: 32), XL (Chest: 48-50 | Sleeve: 33), 2XL (Chest: 52-54 | Sleeve: 34), 3XL (Chest: 56-58 | Sleeve: 35)

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