Tillman™ 3221 Leather Cape Sleeve is made from durable side split cowhide and is designed to protect arms and shoulders from heat and weld spatter. The 3221 features a welder's collar and a soapstone pocket on each sleeve. It accepts Tillman 14, 20 or 24 inch leather bib, when additional chest protection is required. All snaps are leather reinforced and the entire garment is sewn with Kevlar® thread. Available in sizes S to 5XL. Please specify size above.
Bourbon brown premium side split cowhide leather cape sleeve.
Designed to protect shoulders and sleeves.
Open back allows for ventilation.
One soapstone pocket on each sleeve.
Underarm gusset for easier movement.
Sewn with Kevlar® thread throughout.
Accepts Tillman™ 14, 20 or 24 inch leather bib
Available in sizes S to 5XL. Please specify size above.
This item ships Free via standard ground shipping within contiguous U.S.
I ordered the leather welder's cape. It was of excellent quality and fit perfectly. After shopping around, Cyberweld had the best price of anyone out there. I don't use it for welding, I use it to protect my arms from briars and thorns while I am bush hogging. THANKS! I will order from Cyberweld again.
March 16, 2017
Awesome cape works really well. It does get a little hot though. And wish the bottom sleeves snapped together a little tighter. But still worth the money.
March 13, 2017
Perfect for what I needed
Like Robert, I bought this for cleaning up briars and thorns on my property. It works great, and allows easy bending/stretching/reaching. Pair this jacket with upland briar hunting pants for complete protection!
Pros100% protection from briars and thorns
No problem with fit, and it allows easy movement
November 5, 2016
Why did I wait so long
I bought to prevent briars and thorns from sticking me when cleaning up the farm. Fits perfectly and protect from the shoulders thru the arms. It is hot when in the sun. The collar keeps stuff from going down my shirt, kind of weird when trying to take it off, no shirt tail to pull on. Great price
ConsTrying to figure out the size needed for your application