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Workrite Short Sleeve Firefighter Shirt (FSF2)

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$119.99

Maintain a distinctive and professional look with the Workrite Short Sleeve Firefighter Shirt. This fire-resistant shirt from Workrite offers 4.5 oz Nomex IIIA and lives up to NFPA 1975 station uniform standards. The extra-long shirttail, five military creases and double-stitched front plackets allows firefighters to look sharp at all times.

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$119.99

A Distinctive and Professional Look for Firefighters

Maintain a distinctive and professional look with the Workrite Short Sleeve Firefighter Shirt. This fire-resistant shirt from Workrite offers 4.5 oz Nomex IIIA and lives up to NFPA 1975 station uniform standards. The extra-long shirttail, five military creases and double-stitched front plackets allows firefighters to look sharp at all times.

 

  • Certified NFPA 1975 station uniform standard
  • 4.5 oz Nomex IIIA creates a barrier against flames
  • Two breast pockets with hook-and-loop flaps; Left pocket features a pencil slot and above it, a badge tab
  • Double-stitched front placket with heavy-duty snap closure and decorative Melamine buttons
  • Extra-long shirt tail allows for a professional look
  • Pressed and autoclaved
  • Five sewn-in military creases
  • Collar band
  • Made in the USA/Imported
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