40 CAL / CM2 Ultralight Clothing By OTEX!

40 CAL / CM2 Ultralight Clothing By OtexOur new dual-layer Ultralight clothing takes advantage of DuPont’s dedication to scientific advancement and Westex’s Industry leading dependability. Weight in 37% lighter than traditional HRC4 PPE, our Ultralight Clothing is the most innovative contender in the lightweight arena.

40 CAL / CM2 Ultralight Clothing By OtexHYBRID LAYERING
Combined Fabric Weight: 14 oz
Outer Layer: DuPont Protera
Color: Navy
Inner Layer: Westex Ultrasoft
Color: Safety Orange

Compact. Powerful. Reliable.

Our V12 High-Volume Ventilator boasts an unexpectedly quiet, high output (35+ CFM) turbine fan to cool and circulate the ambient air within the hood. Fully protected beneath it’s durable ABS shell and added fabric layering, the V12 High-Volume Ventilator isn’t just compliant, it’s superior.

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