Crew Boss Interface EMS, Fire-Rescue, Wildland Coat, NFPA 1977

Crew Boss Interface EMS, Fire-Rescue, Wildland Coat, NFPA 1977

Crew Boss Interface EMS, Fire-Rescue, Wildland Coat, NFPA 1977 Crew Boss
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Crew Boss Interface EMS, Fire-Rescue, Wildland Coat, NFPA 1977

$270.00 - $533.60
Product Code:
W-WBCI60NB

Apparel Color:
Dark Navy
Fabric:
7 oz TecaSafe6.8 oz Nomex7 oz. Advance
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  • Q:

    Is the fabric water resistant or water repellent?
    It is also rip-stop or cut resistant?
    Asked on 12/12/2015 by Greg from Seattle, WA

    1 answer

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      A:

      The newer the fabric the better it will be water repellent, they are not considered water proof, the Nomex and the Advance fabrics will be the better of the 3 choices, with the Advance the best, the combo of Kevlar and Nomex together (Advance) will be the more effective against any ripping or cut resistance.

      Answered on 1/5/2016 by bg
  • Q:

    Please explain the three fabric choices in terms of flexibility/softness/toughness...

    Thank you,
    Bill
    Asked on 3/14/2015 by Bill from Noxon, Montana

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      A:

      Choose the fabric that suits you best. You can select the proven protection and light weight of 6 oz Nomex IIIA fabric. Or you can enjoy the softness and easy care of 7oz. TecaSafe Plus fabric. Whatever your preference, you'll enjoy rugged durability, total dedicated functionality, and the ability to take you wherever your interface situation demands.
      I would recommend the 6oz Nomex as the proven fabric over the others, the Advance is the top of the line and will provide the best protection of the 3, and the Tecasafe as less protection but the softness of the 3
      100% Nomex 6oz not very soft, will soften up over time/use, great protection,
      Advance 7oz 60% Kevlar, 40% Nomex, Excellent abrasion resistance, cut resistance,

      Answered on 3/18/2015 by Bg
  • Q:

    Does this jacket have a zip-out lining?
    Asked on 9/23/2014 by DD

    1 answer

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      A:

      This is on our web site, I copied it here for you; No zipper, use buttons
      Optional soft FR cotton button-in liner for added warmth when you need it. Choose red or blue
      Optional button-in FR Cotton Liner makes this an even more versatile performer.
      No need to buy a second coat for colder conditions. This soft, warm, fire resistant cotton liner simply buttons into the any Crew Boss Interface or Brush Coat in minutes…for frosty nights on the mountain or cold days in town. Leave it out on warm days, or roll and stow it in your pack when things heat up on the fire line. Full length sleeves provide complete protection and comfort. Available in Red. (Navy Blue by special order.) Order liner separately.
      Certified NFPA 1977 in combination with correct Crew Boss Coat.

      Answered on 9/24/2014 by Bg
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