Black Stallion NFPA 2112 Flame Resistant Denim Jeans FD14-34P

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Code: FD14-34P-30W

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Black Stallion® NFPA 2112 Flame Resistant 14 oz. Blue Cotton Denim Jeans with 34 Inch Inseam FD14-34P

Black Stallion® FD14-34P blue cotton denim jeans are made from 14 ounce flame-resistant cotton and have a 34 inch inseam. FR denim jeans provide flash fire and arc flash protection. The heavy 14 ounce cotton is both NFPA 2112 and NFPA70E compliant and retains its flame-resistant properties through 100 home or 50 commercial washings. Comfortable cotton denim jeans are stitched entirely with flame resistant thread and feature a relaxed fit.

Applications & Industries
Welding
Oil & Gas
Construction
Industrial
Electrical Utility



Features
  • 14 oz. FR-treated cotton denim
  • Stitched with durable FR threads
  • Relaxed fit with 5-pocket jean design
  • Meets OSHA 1910.269 and 1910.132
  • Available in waist sizes 32"-48" (even sizes) NOTE: sizes run large - please see size chart below.
  • 34" inseam



    Find Your Welding Pants Size: Take the waist measurement where the belt is normally worn. Measure loosely with one finger between the body and measuring tape. Find your Black Stallion® pants size in the table above.

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    2 reviews
    • KB
      Kerry B.
      Verified Buyer
      I recommend this product
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars
      13 seconds ago
      Good for the price

      I keep purchasing these jeans, because they're less than half the price of most other brands. I've had the more expensive brands, and they don't hold up any better. What I have to do after purchasing these jeans is to have the pockets beefed up at the top. I have Cordura, or some other heavy duty material sewn over the top edge, then down about 2 1/2", because of always carrying a clip knife, tape measure, cell phone, etc. The other thing is that the pocket lining material is not real durable. I have extra cotton material that I glue onto the pockets when a hole develops in them.

    • PB
      Paul B.
      Verified Buyer
      I recommend this product
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars
      3 months ago
      Pants review

      There very comfortable and don’t burn threw yet at least but they are tight in the buttoxe but good pants

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