High Vis functional jacket 4837
The basic configuration of the 4837
The 4837 is a lightweight, waterproof and breathable high visibility jacket with a mesh lining. The jacket has a membrane that makes it windproof and waterproof. In addition, all seams are welded to make the jacket even more resistant to moisture. This makes the high-visibility jacket the ideal companion in adverse weather conditions.
Particularly suitable for everyday use thanks to clever details
The jacket has a detachable hood, which can be stowed in the collar. The jacket is closed with a concealed plastic zipper, which ends in the fleece-lined collar. The collar has a front closure. The jacket has an extended back and a drawstring waistband, so it can be variably adjusted to the wearer. The cuffs also have an adjustment, in this case via Velcro. For a better climate, a vent has also been integrated on the back, which allows warm air to escape in the upper back.
Pockets for a variety of storage options
The 4837 features a fleece-lined chest pocket with a water-repellent zipper. The two front pockets can also be closed with a zip. There is also an internal mobile phone pocket and a retractable ID card pocket.
Safety features for good visibility
All reflective elements consist of 50 millimeter wide reflective strips. respectively elements are located on the torso and sleeves. Individual elements can be found on the shoulders and hood. The jacket is certified according to EN ISO 20471 (up to S Class 2, M and higher Class 3).
|Care instructions:||No bleaching possible, No dry cleaning, No ironing|
|Operation area:||Emergency medical services, Police, Transport trade, Work safety|
|Norm:||EN ISO 20471 Kl. 2, EN ISO 20471 Kl. 3|
|Properties:||Breathable, Good fit, High abrasion resistance, High visibility, High wearing comfort, Waterproof, Windproof|
|Dry instructions:||Do not tumble dry|
|Washable:||Normal washing up to 40°C|
Material: 100% polyester
Available colors : yellow/black, orange/navy
Sizes available : S-3XL
Size table from the manufacturer "Blakläder"