If you just wanted to stay warm, you'd wrap up in a plaid blanket. If you just want to stay dry, you'll cover up with a tarp and go. But when you want to have it all, you need this ~Carhartt 100647 410 Men's Dark Navy Flame-Resistant Water-Repellent Thermal-Lined Sweatshirt.
It's called a Carhartt sweatshirt, but it feels more like a tough, protective coat. The material is made with heavyweight, 14.25-ounce flame-resistant fabric. Primarily, it's made of 58 percent soft cotton material that's soft and breathable. The 35 percent modacrylic feels soft, too, but it's also highly wear-resistant. Add to this the 7 percent wrinkle-resistant, quick-drying polyester, and you've got a flame-resistant sweatshirt that really does work.
The fabric of this men's sweatshirt is constructed with a durable knit finish with a Rain Defender water-repellent finish to keep you dryer. It's also got warming inner lining to keep you insulated. The thermal lining is a 7-ounce flame-resistant blend of 55 percent modacrylic and 45 percent cotton. Even the three-piece hood of this FR sweatshirt is thermal-lined.
Two inner and outer protective flaps prevent weather from sneaking in around the chinks. The brass zipper is protected with flame-resistant Nomex zipper tape. That's right: this work sweatshirt meets NFPA 70E standards. The National Fire Protection Association requires a minimum Thermal Protective Performance of 35 for garments they certify, so that you'd have at least 17 seconds before second degree burn potential.
The fray-resistant rib-knit cuffs and waistband block cold weather when you wear this navy sweatshirt. Two front hand-warmer pockets add extra storage, and you can store more in the inside patch pocket. Carhartt FR and HRC 3 labels are sewn onto the pocket.
This Carhartt 100647 410 Men's Dark Navy Flame-Resistant Water-Repellent Thermal-Lined Sweatshirt is more comfortable than a tarp, just as warm as a blanket, and more stylish than most workwear you usually wear.
Manufactured Sizes: REG: MD