Miller Welding Jacket - INDURA® Cotton w/Leather Sleeves 231080

Code: 231080
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Miller Welding Jacket - INDURA® Cotton w/Leather Sleeves 231080

The Miller 30" Combo welding jacket combines the protection of leather with the light-weight breathability of cloth to create the perfect welding jacket. Premium pigskin leather completely shields your arms and shoulders. The rest of your body is protected by INDURA® flame- resistant cotton, which is guaranteed for the life of the garment™.

Features
  • INDURA® 100% Cotton, flame-resistant guaranteed for the life of the garment
  • Pre-shrunk fabric eliminates sleeve length shrinkage for optimal fit
  • Premium grain leather placed on sleeves and shoulders increase overall protection
  • Sewn entirely with Kevlar® thread adding structural durability at each seam
  • Barracuda style stand-up collar for extra neck protection
  • Easy-access slash front pockets
  • Fold-in sleeve snaps for a better fit around the wrist
  • Snaps reinforced with leather to prevent ripping of the jacket
  • Hidden chest snaps allow for attachment of OPTIONAL leather bib







    *Note: All sizes in inches

    This item ships Free via standard ground shipping within contiguous U.S.

  • Miller Leather Bib/Apron 231125Miller Leather Bib/Apron 231125Miller Leather Bib/Apron 231125


    Availability: Usually ships the next business day

    Code: 231125

    Mfg Industrial Price: $25.77Cyberweld Price: $22.35




    7 Questions & 7 Answers
    Tyler R.
    from Johnstown, Colorado asked:
    November 2, 2016
    Is this welding jacket a light weight or a heavy weight jacket. I am looking for a light weight welding jacket that I can weld in when it is summer time.
    The Miller Welding Jacket - INDURA® Cotton w/Leather Sleeves 231080 combines the protection of leather with the light-weight breathability of cloth.
    Customer Service
    on November 30, 2016

    Cole
    from Hannibal Missouri asked:
    October 23, 2015
    Can I get this jacket in tall sizes?
    The Miller Welding Jackets - INDURA® Cotton w/Leather Sleeves are not available in tall sizes.
    Customer Service
    on October 26, 2015

    Vonda Clerke
    from Texas asked:
    November 25, 2013
    How long are the sleeves on the L and XL jackets. My son is 6'4" and has a 35" shirt sleeve. Which one would be the right size?
    The length of the sleeves of the Miller Welding Jacket - INDURA® Cotton w/Leather Sleeves measured from the shoulder seam to the wrist end is 27" for the size XL and 25" for the size L
    Customer Service
    on November 26, 2013

    eric
    from lewisburg, Tennessee asked:
    September 23, 2013
    How long will it take to get to Lewisburg tn (37091) from u?
    Once we receive your order for the Miller Welding Jacket - INDURA® Cotton w/Leather Sleeves 231080 it would take about 3 working days to get to Lewisburg TN
    Customer Service
    on September 24, 2013

    Dave
    from San Mateo, CA asked:
    April 21, 2013
    Is this welding washable? Does it require dry cleaning because of the leather?
    Miller advise that the Miller Welding Jacket - INDURA® Cotton w/Leather Sleeves 231080 is machine washable.. Wash on gentle , warm (no higher than 165 degrees F .. Hang to dry..
    Customer Service
    on April 23, 2013

    jason
    from newflorence pa asked:
    March 1, 2013
    does the colar fold down
    Yes the collar of the Miller Welding Jacket - INDURA® Cotton w/Leather Sleeves 231080 can be folded down
    Customer Service
    on March 4, 2013

    tim
    from Ga. asked:
    August 11, 2012
    how well is this jacket made? I just ordered one. I weld heavily everyday, will this hold up??
    Our customer reviews on the Miller combo welding jacket have been mixed. It is designed for TIG and light duty MIG welding only. Like all cotton welding garments, it will not hold up to heavy spatter. If you are doing TIG welding or MIG welding using .035 diameter solid wire or smaller, you will love this jacket. If you are stick welding, flux-core welding or using .045 diameter MIG wire or larger, you will be unhappy.
    Customer Service
    on August 13, 2012


    By Overruled
    Plymouth meeting pa
    Sizeing
    April 16, 2017
    Nice jacket. Takes forever to break in. Size run small, bought xl fit tight. Bought my first ever 2xl and that was ok but neck Velcro strap was for a 12" neck. Made in USA would have thought it would have been perfect
    By Todd C.
    Union, SC
    Half Leather Sleeves
    March 10, 2017
    Great protection with half the weight!
    ProsGreat protection with half the weight! Not as hot as a full leather.
    By Cameron
    Easton, Pennsylvania
    Great jacket!!
    January 12, 2017
    This jacket is great! The leather is very stiff initially but after a few washes and the break in period you will love it.
    ProsComfortable and great protection
    ConsLeather is very stiff initially-through washing and break in it does soften up quickly
    By Abe
    McAlisterville, PA
    Repair shop
    November 30, 2016
    Great product!! The shop guys love it.
    By Daniel
    Appleton, Wisconsin
    Eh...
    November 20, 2016
    Leather is unbelievably stiff!! Can barely snap the cuffs, cuffs then are so thick they hardly fit in my gloves
    ProsIt's leather
    ConsPaid 87.00 for flameproof cardboard
    By Terry G.
    ND
    Miller welding jacket
    October 21, 2016
    I have welding for 28 + yrs this is one of the best.
    By Dennis
    PA
    Nice but stiff
    October 20, 2016
    This is a very nice jacket but the leather is extremely stiff. It does get hot in this jacket but the protection from sparks is excellent. I normally wear XL shirts and have 48 shoulders......the jacket fits very well but like other reviewers the neck is a bit tight (my size is (17 1/2")
    By John
    Stevens point, Wisconsin
    Good quality
    October 16, 2016
    Great fit, well maid quality materials
    ProsEasy to move around in
    ConsNone
    By John K.
    Columbia, S C
    great jacket
    May 3, 2016
    Does as described
    ProsLeather protection
    Conswarm
    By Charles L.
    Texas
    Good Jacket
    April 20, 2016
    I bought this for my son and I wouldn't get him junk!
    ProsPrice and quality
    By wayne
    ca
    good stuff
    January 3, 2016
    Fast service
    By Eric
    South Dakota
    Neck is too small and cuffs are too tight
    December 28, 2015
    I cannot comfortably get the neck to fit and the cuffs will not snap around my wrists. I'm big, but I'm not a tubbo.
    ProsWell made with good leather
    ConsNeck and cuffs
    By Shawn M
    Georgetown, Kentucky
    love it
    July 11, 2015
    this is my second one of these. I used the first one till it was ragged out. I love the way it feels even with just a t shirt under. I had no problem with fit or breaking in. I would recommend to anyone.
    By MadMango
    Florida
    Great jacket, but tight around the neck.
    April 2, 2015
    I wear a 48R jacket, but have an 18.5" neck. This jacket in XL fits perfectly around the shoulders and chest, allowing plenty of freedom of movement. My only problem was the velcro closure at the Mandarin collar. I was unable to get the velco closure to stick. If the velcro patch were just an inch longer, there would have been no issues. Snap closure at wrists were nice, and allow tucking into gloves. The two provided pockets are ok, could have been deeper and/or pleated to allow actually holding items. They are only sized for a pack of smokes and a lighter.
    ProsNice build quality, pliable leather.
    Consvelcro at neck needs to be longer to allow going around an 18" or larger neck.
    By Nick
    Jacksonville, NC
    Great jacket
    March 8, 2015
    Light weight but comfortable
    By nelson s
    United States CT
    nice jacket
    February 26, 2015
    Took a week to break in but after that comfortable over all.
    ProsProtected from weld splatter and allow you to be as cool as u can get. But if your a welder its gonna get hot. Very well made product
    ConsNone
    By Rebekah
    Hot Springs, South Dakota
    Nice Jacket
    January 2, 2015
    Jacket fit perfectly. Item was a gift that arrived in time for Christmas. I would recommend this company to my friends and family. Thanks for exceeding my expectations!
    By dain
    north dakota
    not for me
    December 16, 2014
    Arms are stiff (i expected it to be a little stiff and loosen up but no go, quite disappointed in how much i spent on it compared to other jackets that were half the price) arms fold in bad ways all bunched up hard to move around
    ProsThought there would be some when i bought it but not so
    ConsToo many
    By chris kissell
    United States
    protection good, construction not so good
    December 6, 2014
    nice jacket, provides good protection but on the first day of use at lunch break when I went to remove the jacked both sleeve snaps pulled right out of the fabric instead of un-snapping.
    Prosgood protection
    Consbad construction
    By Gordon
    Chicago, Illinios
    Spark Funnel
    July 11, 2014
    Not sure if I bought the right jacket or if I'm using this for the wrong duty. Bear in mind, I've used this for one (1) month now. As others in the reviews have said, it is easy to get burned with this jacket. The way the jacket was designed is kind of flawed, numerous spots not covered by leather that should have been and over-all sizing of individual parts of the jacket. I bought the leather bib for the jacket at the outset, I have not used the jacket without it for even a moment. NONE, and I mean none of the snaps on the bib line up with the jacket. Its all rippled and leaves gaps for sparks and generally looks like crap. I bought the cotton bib as well at the same time, as a spare, and all the snaps on that are male side, so it can't work on the jackets male snaps. ONLY BUY THE LEATHER BIB! I call this the 'Spark Funnel' because of the way it seems to just dump hot metal down your neck line. One of the other reviewers mentioned that the neck was to small for him, he was right. The barracuda style was meant well, but it wont close or stay upright. The velcro at the throat is too small and doesn't grab, and the back of the collar folds down to the outside instead of in. Everything that goes up must come down, and sparks seem to just find your neck every time. The wrists are too tight at the snap closed position and too big unsnapped for me. I have a large blister/abrasion/scar on my left wrist from the bunched material in the snapped closed position that can't go away while using the jacket. Its not the end of the world, but its one more thing. Another reviewer said that the stomach of the jacket is huge, it is. I wear a speedglas respirator for work and the belt bunches all the jacket at the sides and tends to get wedge tight after 10 hours at work. After 12 hours, I'm ready to take the thing off. There are large burn holes in the lower front of the jacket with all the sparks finding their way inside from the center and left breast gap and its very clear where my belt is positioned. Also the slash pockets in the front are completely useless, its nice to have pen pockets on your sleeves and a lot of the stitching has come out of the left breast where the bib snaps in. Miller really should have invested in double or triple stitching in all the load bearing areas of the jacket. I'll have to repair mine soon, I'm not buying another one of these. I have huge holes in the cotton at the bicep area. The way the leather of the sleeve folds, dumps all the burning metal right into the cotton and just burns the crap out of your arm as the sparks fall down your bicep. The center of the jacket where it snaps closed and the bib snaps onto, leaves a hole about two inches for sparks to come right though and the cotton is torched there to point of letting the snap tear out. Don't get me wrong, the leather is top notch, I haven't had anything come through and there have been several bad ones just sitting on top burning. It'll let you know something is there. I really like how the shoulders and upper back of the jacket are covered with leather as well as the upper half of the chest. There are big burn marks in the front and shoulders where the jacket has protected me against some really bad chunks of hot metal, but none are so bad they have injured the leather. I have give Miller props on the choice of the grade of leather, and the choice of top hide instead of split leather. I can wipe this jacket down with a damp cloth and make the leather look half-way shiny again where the other guys wearing the tillman coats can't, and they just keep getting dirtier. (Like, to the point of not wanting to put it in your car after work...yeah, total garbage bag time...) If they could fix these few problems, this would be a top flight jacket, worthy of a 90$ or even 100$price tag.
    ProsDecent Leather. Holds up to really hot metal. Leather covers shoulders, upper chest and back Dual leather/cotton design is cooler than all leather
    Conspoor sizing at neck, wrists, stomach bib snaps don't line up leather ends in bad places and cotton takes severe beating to near complete failure not so great for overhead, dumps sparks onto your arms and neck
    By Tristan
    Seattle, wa
    poor design neck and sleeves
    April 20, 2014
    Got a 2xl but it has a medium neck. The buttons on the sleeves are on two sides of the seam in the leather so it bunches the leather and pushes on your wrist. Stupid.
    By ian
    chilliwack, B.C
    Decent Jacket
    January 26, 2014
    found it very good until burned a hole into the cotton after about a half hour of grinding. don't know if this under warranty.
    Proscomfortable, light, breathable, good look.
    Conscotton burned through from grinding, smelled something burning looked down and saw grinding sparks burning into the jacket.
    By Steve
    MS
    Great Jacket
    May 2, 2013
    I order what the size chart says, but a little to tight. I like some room, A little to heavy for me. good winter jacket.
    Prosheavy.
    By Nicholas
    central Illinois
    A-
    March 10, 2013
    This is a great jacket for general welding applications, free moving and comfortable all around.
    ProsThe leather shoulders and fabrics combination
    ConsThe bid accessories have one flaw, when attached it will kind of flop around and tends to get in the way when reaching down from A standing positn .to eliminate the problem, i simply added a snap button on each side of the bid about halfway down, now the bib is secured to the jacket and no longer get in the way, i purchased a snap button kit for a few dollars from my local Walmart in the sewing section.
    By Chris
    Scottsdale Az
    Miler welding Jacket
    January 29, 2013
    Good quality, perfect fit and the price is right!
    By Brandon
    Warwick, RI
    Great Jacket!
    January 13, 2013
    This jacket is perfect for the welder who wants to be protected yet be able to move and breath at the same time!
    ProsDurability Fits perfectly
    Consnothing
    By Luis A Rivera
    new jersey
    bery nice
    January 7, 2013
    Good Jakes
    By Tom Zenovic
    New Jersey
    .this is a great welding jacket
    December 28, 2012
    If you have ever had your clothes catch on fire while welding or cutting with a torch, you will appreciate this product. The sleeves are well made from fire retardant material. The body of the jacket is also well made. Would recommend it if you weld even a little. Well worth the money
    ProsQuality of material and construction
    By Gina
    Ohio
    Great Jacket
    December 25, 2012
    Great Jacket. Fits good. Fast shipping.
    By Stephanie
    Rifle, CO
    Miller Welding Jacket
    December 7, 2012
    Everyone likes the looks of this jacket.
    ProsGood color, nice leather.
    By tim logan
    atlanta,ga.
    junk
    November 15, 2012
    I weld every day and I can tell you that this jacket is complete b.s.!!!!!!!! I used this laughable piece of welding gear a total of four times. The snaps, and I mean all of the snaps have ripped through the cotton. It is totally useless at this point. The leather is complete crap, if you could call it leather. Do not buy this gimmick!!!!! Power of blue? I don't think so!!!!!!!!
    ProsNothing
    ConsWasted money. Period.
    By eric
    Florida
    Not what I expected
    September 27, 2012
    I loved this jacket until i got to over head, If you are not careful how you hold your arms you will get burns on the arm pit of the jacket because the black leather doesnt go all the way into the armpit. My first 2 passes at over head in class and the whole armpit of the jacket was riddled with burn marks. I bought this jacket to stop burning myself and here i am looking for another jacket.
    By John S
    Burbank, South Dakota
    Send It Back
    July 28, 2012
    I weld 5 days a week, 10 Hour Days. I bought this jacket because some of the guys at work have them and i tell you what , they got Lucky with theirs I haven't had mine a week and 2 of the lower buttons have came through the blue material. Miller said it will be replaced under warranty and thats fine I'm just going to use it for recreational welding it is not the jacket for the type of welding I Do.Just order the full leather Miller Jacket it will last longer and Protect you better and its only about 40$ more. Just my oppinion
    Prosprice and light weight great for summer use or hot shop
    ConsBlue material too cheaply made, snaps pull through material
    By Josh
    So. Illinois
    Low quality construction
    July 22, 2012
    This jacket is sufficient for most light to medium welding. The unit I received had multiple seams which were not closed. The seams in the pockets were very poor making them useless. I used this jacket for most of my time in college, it did not make it past that time. I retired it and replaced it with a light BSX and heavy Lincoln jacket. I would not recommend it.
    ProsTop grain leather, light weight
    Consquality of assembly is very poor, Miller made no attempts to correct. I found similar faults on another one I inspected.
    By Larry D
    North Carolina
    Great welding jacket
    July 2, 2012
    I like every thing about this jacket. This is a great price for a jacket this nice.
    ProsEverything
    By Chris G
    Houston, Texas
    Best Choice Of Welding Jackets
    May 31, 2012
    Great jacket with a great price. Cyberweld is a great place to shop!
    Pros-Best Price -Great Protection From Welding Arc -Looks Great! -Comfortable, mobility is good after sleeves broken in -Plenty of pockets on sleeves and waste area
    Cons-Leather sleeves are stiff when new
    By josh
    Rock Port, MO
    Great Value for the money
    May 14, 2012
    I have used this jacket 4 times in the first 2 weeks i've owned it. Sized perfectly. Well made. Much cooler than the old leathers I had. I really like being able to take the apron off when not needed to help keep me cool.
    By Ian
    Piedmont, SC
    helps keep you cool
    March 15, 2012
    This jacket is a good value, but get and use the apron that snaps on to the front. Other people in my welding classes are ripping off their full leather jackets whenever they get the chance b/c they are SO hot. This helps keep me cooler with the cotton body. Holds up well. The instructors told us to get this one if we could so we wouldn't sweat to death in class - they didn't want that responsibility on their hands.
    ProsCotton helps keep you as cool as you can be while working. Ease of movement. Fit is right on.
    ConsUse the apron or you could wear through the cotton in the front.
    By Brandon
    Kentucky
    Good Purchase
    March 12, 2012
    Jacket fit according to the sizing chart. Feels well made, I really like the leather upper with cloth body. The full leather jackets get too warm, but I like the protection factor. This jacket is the best of both worlds.
    ProsComfortable Looks good Well made
    By Joel
    greenville, SC
    welding jacket
    March 4, 2012
    I am a fabrication welder and I lean over all day welding. This jacket is great in protecting me, especially my arms. I am very pleased with this item.
    Prosthat it is made of leather sleeves
    Consthe sleeves are a lttle stiff at first and it made it a little difficult to bend over but now that they are broken in a little its better

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