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Blauer’s new TacShell System brings modern outdoor apparel layering systems to the firehouse. The TacShell combines a waterproof, windproof and breathable, stretch three-layer shell with a zip-in, functional and warm softshell fleece. Blauer is also the first to produce a colorblock SoftShell Jacket certified to ANSI 107 Class II.
Elbeco’s 100% Cotton Polos offer the comfort of cotton with the professional appearance you demand. The company started with the finest combed cotton, and washed and re-washed it to minimize shrinking. Then, it applied its exclusive N-Zyme pre-dying process to maximize color retention. Its no-curl collar keeps your shirt looking sharp, while features like a hidden pen pocket, extended shirt tails, center loop tab and generous cut make it easy to wear.
Workrite’s Nomex Station Wear helps today’s firefighters maintain a sharp professional appearance when in the public eye while observing budget constraints. With Workrite’s proprietary PerfectPress autoclave process you get that just pressed appearance after every washing. Plus the durability of the Nomex fabric and Workrite’s construction methods mean they’ll hold up year after year for a great overall value.