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Pro Dry™ Long Sleeve Shirt

Fire-resistant (FR) Long Sleeve Shirt that offers permanent moisture-wicking management and is certified for NFPA 2112 and NFPA 70E.

Size & Color
  • Size: Small - 5XLarge (Tall sizes available)
  •     Colors:​
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We are pleased to announce our NEW Pro Dry™ Long Sleeve Shirt. This fire-resistant CAT 2 base layer, originally developed and tested by the U.S. Military, provides the wearer with unmatched comfort and performance that meets and exceeds the challenges of moisture management encountered daily on the job. True-Flat™ high-density seams and tagless neckline offer true comfort experience, while increased fabric durability and improved stretch provide longer-lasting wear and flexibility. Arrive comfortable, leave comfortable.

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Features

  • Inherently fire and arc-resistant
  • NEW Tri-fiber fabric that delivers superior, always permanent moisture management
  • Increased fabric durability and improved stretch for longer-lasting wear and flexibility
  • Highly breathable and dries quickly
  • Proven wash-and-wear performance for long-lasting usability
  • Comfortable rib-trim collar
  • Made in USA

Specs

  • Materials: DragonWear® Inherent Tri-Blend FR Fabric; 6.9 oz/sq yd

Certifications

  • CAT 2, Arc Rating (ATPV) 11 cal/cm2
  • NFPA 2112 (Standard on Flame-Resistant Garments for Protection of Industrial Personnel Against Flash Fire)
  • NFPA 70E (Standard for Electricity Safety in the Workplace)
  • GSA

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  • Cliff
    from Boise, Idaho

    My New Favorite Shirt

    After 8 years in law enforcement, I have tried a lot of different base layers and under shirts. Recently, I tried a Dri Pro shirt and I am amazed how it lives up to its name by staying dry and cool under my ballistic vest.

    Posted: 5/2/2018

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