Utility safety: Flame resistant clothing from Dickies

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FLAME RESISTANT CLOTHING SAVES LIVES
FR Clothing is a critical safety component for those working in industries with a risk of their clothes igniting. Shop Dickies for a selection of Pants, Jackets, Shirts, Jeans and Coveralls.

AN OVERVIEW OF FLAME RESISTANT FABRICS
We use American made flame resistant fabric with technology that is built into the product and engineered to last for the life of the garment. Each fabric has a balance of properties that may make it best suited for a specific wearer and application. Factors to consider in fabric selection include protection, cost, wear life, comfort, color selection, care requirements and availability.

FLAME-RESISTANT FABRICS
Dickies FR fabrics come in several different weights and blends all carefully constructed with premium materials that meet or exceed safety standards and are designed for comfort and durability. Most Dickies FR garments are UL-Certified NFPA 2112 to protect against hazardous conditions found on the toughest jobs. The fabric content and HRC ratings are listed with each of the Flame Resistant garment styles.

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