Tillman 3360 Freedom Flex Leather Welding Jacket

Tillman 3360 Freedom Flex Leather Welding Jacket

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The Tillman 3360 Freedom Flex Leather Welding Jacket is designed to maximize garment stretch while reaching and bending. The raglan sleeve is designed to follow the natural shape of your shoulder, which provides more freedom and better overall movement. Plus, the Tillman 3360 Freedom Flex jacket is 20% lighter than leather. In a nutshell, Freedom Flex is your choice if you're looking for flexibility and ease of movement.

Features
• Premium dark brown Side split Cowhide leather specially tanned for heat resistance
• Full back panel made of 10.5 oz Westex Indura stretch material significantly reduces jacket weight, increases comfort and coolness
• Raglan sleeves with satin lining for greater overall shoulder and arm movement
• Double layer of leather for front snaps with rivet reinforced key stress points
• Outside pocket for small item storage
• Soapstone pocket on each sleeve
• Sewn with Kevlar thread for added strength and heat resistance
• 30 in. length
• Warning: Back material will not withstand heavy-duty welding activity

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