First Watch AB-1100 Pro Bomber Jacket - XX-Large - Black

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AB-1100 Pro Bomber Jacket - XX-Large - Black

Most safety gear comes with compromises. Most are bulky, cumbersome and look awkward and clumsy to wear. Not the AB-1100 Flotation Bomber Jacket! Looking sleek and modern with all weather features of First Watch’s extreme Anti Exposure Suit, this great looking coat fits and moves like no other floatation jacket. While designed for the working crew and deckhand, yachtsmen and delivery captains will appreciate the full range of features, from the high visibility SOLAS panels and hood coloring to the reinforced 500 Denier Elbow and Cuffs. 

Features:

  • Color: Black
  • Size: XX-Large 48"-52" Chest Measurement
  • SOLAS Tape on shoulders, wrists and hood
  • Double Stitched Seams
  • Hand-Warmer Pockets
  • Cordura Reinforced Cuffs
  • Fleece Lined Collar and Stowaway Hood
  • Articulated Sleeves and Cordura Reinforced Elbows
  • Supersoft inner foam flotation and rain barrier
  • Neoprene inner cuff with cinch straps
  • Double storm flap
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