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5.11 Tactical Men's Responder Hi Vis Parka

5.11 Tactical Men's Responder Hi Vis Parka

Item# JA777
5.11 Tactical Mfg# 48073
  • Meets ANSI Class 2/ISEA 107-2004 standards
  • Reflective tape at sleeves and hem
  • Bloodborne pathogen resistant lining
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5.11 Tactical Men's Responder Hi Vis Parka

The 5.11 Responder Hi Vis Parka is designed to outfit those that are first on the scene and last to leave. The shell jacket in this three-in-one system utilizes a durable waterproof 10,000mm fabric, detailed with ¾" reflective tape at the hem, chest, and sleeves and reflective piping along front/back yoke and sleeves. The 5.11 Responder Hi Vis Parka features fully seam-sealed waterproof, breathable construction. The Hi Vis shell is lined with its own 10,000mm DuPont™ dot laminated taffeta, creating a reliable barrier to bloodborne pathogens. The Hi Vis liner boasts a warm 290g two-sided polyester fleece with abrasion- and water-resistant panels on the collar, shoulder yoke and back of forearm, multiple cavernous pockets, including a specifically designed easy access radio pocket. Liner is also Backup Belt System™ compatible to hold all your gear. The Responder Hi Vis Parka is there to answer the call whenever the call comes in.

An independent laboratory tested this parka and found that the materials and seams provide passing results when tested in accordance with ASTM F 1671, Standard Test Method for Resistance of Materials Used in Protective Clothing to Penetration by Bloodborne Pathogens. It is important to note, however, that even though a garment’s materials and seams may satisfy the standards of ASTM F 1671, it might not provide an adequate barrier to viruses in all conditions. Our products will not protect the wearer from all bloodborne pathogens and viruses under all conditions.

  • Meets ANSI Class 2/ISEA 107-2004 standards
  • Reflective tape at sleeves and hem
  • Bloodborne pathogen resistant lining
  • Waterproof, breathable, functional
  • High performance, waterproof 10,000mm fabric
  • Water resistant radio pocket
  • Zippered utility pockets at the sleeves
  • Front flap pockets
  • Zippered storage pockets at left chest
  • Mic loops at each shoulder
  • ID panel at right chest
  • Three-way adjustable hood
  • Abrasion panels at shoulders
  • Hook-and-loop storm cuffs
  • Double-storm flap
  • Elastic corded hem
  • YKK® zipper hardware
  • Prym® snaps

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5.11 Tactical Men's Responder Hi Vis Parka

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WARREN, MA
5.11 TACTICAL PARKA
November 28, 2016

NEEDS LOW SIDE ZIPPER FOR GUN/RADIO ACCESS OTHERWISE IT'S AN EXCELLENT COAT. NOT GOOD FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT DUE TO THE LACK OF SIDE ZIPPERS.

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sedalia, MO
execellent product
October 14, 2015

voluntary spotter/civil defence parka came in a timely manner excellent fit well designed . recomend this to any you who has to be out in the weather. I am 100 percent positive it will keep me warm during the winter. parka look's even beter when you get it. worth the price .

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Boston, MA
Great jacket
February 28, 2015

Lots of pockets, true to size, comfortable.

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Newark, DE
Great Buy
November 30, 2014

I bought this Parka 2 years ago, working for a construction co. that does its own snow removal, this parka is an essential.! To date, still totally waterproof and warm, would highly recommend.!

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Framingham, MA
5.11 jackt review
October 23, 2014

I love the quality of this jacket...the only problem I have is that there are no side zippers on the bottom of the jacket to put your radio cord through. The jacket hangs lower than your waist so you have to feed the cord up through the front of the neck. Son you can't even put it on the mike loops?? At least I couldn't find a zipper that it would go into

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