Gerber Outerwear Pro Dry Duty Rain Pants, ANSI 107 2010 Class E

Gerber Outerwear Pro Dry Duty Rain Pants, ANSI 107 2010 Class E

Gerber Outerwear Pro Dry Duty Rain Pants, ANSI 107 2010 Class E Gerber Outerwear
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Gerber Outerwear Pro Dry Duty Rain Pants, ANSI 107 2010 Class E

$64.00
Product Code:
W-HV-70D3_L

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What is the inseam size for the large pants?

sw

The inseam is 30" but due to the fact that this is an overpant designed to wear over your trousers, the pattern is designed as such, which means it will have a longer rise. A more accurate measurement to ensure they are long enough for you is the outseam measurement which is 43". To get that measurement, lay your pants flat and measure from the top of the waistband to the bottom opening of the pant. I hope this helps.

Does this attach to the suspension system. My helmet has not been used in several years I had in my strorage building. Was going to start using helmet again but the padding around the suspension for a better use of words has deteriorated and little flakes of black powder are failling off of it. Is this what I need to remedy my problem? Thanks

Chip Hawkins

Chip, this looks like it will do what you asking, there is a foot note that you will need to answer before you decide to purchase; you need to know when your helmet was made, before 2007 or newer. that should be on the inside of your helmet. Part number HP-SSB-2000 for before 2007 or HP-SSB-2007 for 2007 and up. There is also a up grade you can add to your helmet if you choose to make it sit lower on your head, if you go to our web site and follow it to Morning Pride helmets there is a short video that takes you step by step on how to upgrade your helmet, the part number for this upgrade is HR-SSB-12. Hope this has answered your question. I'm also hoping we are talking about the Ben II helmet and not the Liteforce helmet, I didn't see anywhere that said what model you were asking about just the question ref the comfort cap took us to the Ben II style?

Butch