For workers who need winter warmth, Ergodyne introduces N-Ferno thermal jackets and bibs. Featuring a rugged outer shell, reinforcement zones, and and 3M Thinsulate Insulation, they offer an important layer of defense for frigid working environments.
“Our new jacket and bibs were designed to be aesthetically appealing and functionally smart,” said Alsie Nelson, Product Manager at Ergodyne. “Built to keep workers warm, dry and safe, these new outwear pieces pack a punch with innovative materials and smart features.”
The new thermal jacket and bibs are made with a rugged, breathable 500 denier outer shell that is water- and wind-resistant, allowing moisture to escape but keeping snow, rain, and wind out. Durable 1600 denier reinforcement zones cover heavy-wear areas (elbows, shoulders and knees) that need protection.
The N-Ferno 6466 Thermal Jacket also now features an adjustable and removable hood, water-resistant audio pockets, adjustable cuffs with spandex sleeves to keep out the cold, reflective accents for high visibility, and more.
The N-Ferno 6471 Thermal Bibs have convenient features like removable PE foam knee pads, a straight-leg design with interior elastic and snap closure, adjustable non-slip elastic straps, and more. Pockets on the hip and chest provide ample storage and spandex side panels stretch to keep a comfortable fit.
“Layering is a smart way for workers to stay warm,” said Tom Votel, President & CEO, Ergodyne. “And these changes to our jacket and bibs were designed with layering in mind.”
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