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Outerwear Garments achieve minimum arc rating of 46 cal/cm².
Outerwear Garments achieve minimum arc rating of 46 cal/cm².

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September 28, 2012 - Comprising parka, bomber jacket, and bib overall, Explorer Series™ is customizable to match any company's or individual's needs. Rugged layer of UltraSoft® duck material on outside blocks wind and wetness, while warm liner inside provides insulation for trapping body heat. Large expandable pockets, attachable hood, and oversized leg zippers are available as options. HRC 4 garments are suitable for utility workers as well as oil and gas industry workers.

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National Safety Apparel
15825 Industrial Parkway
Cleveland, OH, 44135

Bundle up with the All-New Explorer Series National Safety Apparel Introduces New Outerwear

While winter seemed to take a vacation for 2011-2012, it’s unlikely that this coming cold season will show the same mercy.  That’s why National Safety Apparel is releasing its all-new Explorer Series™ outerwear garments.

The development team at NSA collaborated directly with utility workers who have to do their job out in the cold, and received input on what types of features are needed when temperatures drop. The finished result does not disappoint.

The Explorer Series™ features a parka, bomber jacket, and bib overall that are all customizable to match any company’s or individual’s needs.  Enhancements such as large expandable pockets, an attachable hood, and oversized leg zippers are just a few of the options now offered – quite a deviation from the more basic patterns of previous garment sets.

On the outside, a tough and rugged layer of UltraSoft® duck material blocks wind and wetness, while the warm liner inside provides insulation for trapping your body’s own heat.

These HRC 4 garments achieve a minimum arc rating of 46 cal/cm², and are perfectly suited for utility workers, as well as the ever-expanding oil and gas industry across the northwestern United States.

About National Safety Apparel:
Headquartered in Cleveland, OH, National Safety Apparel (NSA) is a leading USA manufacturer of protective apparel for the industrial safety worker.  Using the latest fabrics and technologies, NSA regularly introduces new and innovative products to enhance the safety apparel experience for workers.  For over 75 years, workers across the country have relied on NSA’s safety apparel, including the company’s latest new product line, FR Control 2.0 – the first FR base layer that actively regulates body temperature in all heat stress applications.
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