Waterproof, breathable fabric construction
Blood-borne pathogen-resistant* lining
Partial hi-vis construction; reflective tape
Abrasion panels at the shoulders
Water-resistant radio pocket; mic loops
Engineered specifically for EMS professionals, the 5.11 Tactical Responder High-Visibility Parka delivers the utility, performance, and reliability you need to respond effectively. Waterproof, breathable construction keeps out wind and weather without heating you up during periods of high activity, while the blood-borne pathogen-resistant* lining keeps you protected from environmental hazards. Partial hi-vis construction and reflective tape at the sleeves, midline, and hem offer an enhanced-visibility profile for nighttime or low-light conditions. Abrasion panels at the shoulders provide traction for a backpack or duty bag. A three-way adjustable hood, double storm flap, hook-and-loop adjustable storm cuffs, and an elastic drawcord hem help keep out the rain and cold. A water-resistant radio pocket and shoulder-mounted mic loops keep you connected. Additional features include genuine YKK zipper hardware throughout, durable Prym snaps, an ID patch panel at the right chest, front flap pockets, zippered utility pockets at the sleeves, and zippered storage pockets at the left chest. The jacket is designed to meet ANSI/ISEA 107-2010 requirements for high-visibility workwear. Imported.
*BLOOD-BORNE PATHOGEN RESISTANCE DISCLAIMER: If indicated, an independent laboratory has tested this product and has 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 Blood-Borne Pathogens. It is important to note, however, that, even though garment materials and seams may satisfy the standards of ASTM F 1671, it might not provide an adequate barrier to viruses in all conditions and our products will not protect the wearer from all blood-borne pathogens and viruses under all conditions. All end users will need to assess the specific hazards in their workplace in order to determine the appropriate types and levels of personal protective clothing and equipment that they might need. To maintain proper performance, 5.11 products must be maintained in accordance with the care instructions on the product label.