Miller Classic Cloth Welding Jacket
Miller Classic Cloth Welding Jacket
Miller Classic Cloth Welding Jacket
Miller Classic Cloth Welding Jacket
Miller Classic Cloth Welding Jacket
Miller Classic Cloth Welding Jacket
Miller Classic Cloth Welding Jacket
Miller Classic Cloth Welding Jacket
Miller Classic Cloth Welding Jacket
Miller Classic Cloth Welding Jacket

Miller Classic Cloth Welding Jacket

Sale price$30.99 Regular price$37.25
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The Miller 30" Classic Cloth Welding Jacket is constructed using lightweight, 9oz flame-resistant cotton. A barracuda-style collar offers extra neck protection sparks or spatter. Fold-in sleeve snaps gather the extra material for a better fit around the wrists.

• 9 oz. Flame-resistant Navy cotton
• Barracuda style stand-up collar for extra neck protection
• Pre-shrunk fabric eliminating shrinkage
• Accessible inside pocket
• Five button snaps provide added protection
• "Fold-in" sleeve snaps for a better fit around the wrist
• Finished hems and reinforced stitching enhance durability

Chest in inches: S(42), M(46), L(50), XL(54), 2XL(58), 3XL(62), 4XL(66), 5XL(70)

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