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Carhartt Men's Flame Resistant Force Cotton Hybrid Shirt

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Carhartt Men's Flame Resistant Force Cotton Hybrid Shirt

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No need to sacrifice comfort for safety. This easy-wearing, hardworking FR force cotton shirt wicks sweat and fights stink. Original fit • 6.75-Ounce, knit: 100 percent cotton FR jersey knit • Carhartt force fights stink and its wicks sweat to keep you cool, dry, and comfortable • button-down collar with button closure • FR melamine buttons throughout •two chest pockets with button closure • triple-stitched main seams for durability • side-seamed construction minimizes twisting • extended sleeve plackets with two-button adjustable cuffs • Carhartt FR label sewn on left pocket; NFPA 2112/cat 2 label sewn on sleeve placket • meets the performance requirements of NFPA 70E and is UL Classified to NFPA 2112


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Carhartt Men's Flame Resistant Force Cotton Hybrid Shirt

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