UltraSoft® 7.0 oz Cargo Pants
If flame-resistant protection and comfortable style is something you desire, look no further!
IFR’s UltraSoft® Cargo pants are your new go-to work pants, providing Hazard Risk Category 2 protection while innovative design features ensure comfort is not compromised.
Six cargo-style pockets allow you to keep tools and essentials close while elastic in the waistband allows for natural movement on the job.
Designed for hard workers exposed to potentially hazardous materials and elements directly and daily, specifically those exposed to arc-flash and/or flash fire
These FR work pants are available in the colour: Khaki.
- These lightweight Cargo Pants are engineered for flame resistance and guaranteed for the life of the garment
- Multi-purpose protection from electric arc, electric flash, and molten ferrous metal
- Six cargo-style pockets for ample storage
- Side elastic and belt loops along the waistband
7.0 oz flame-resistant fabric
- Soft feel of cotton comfort
88% cotton, 12% high tenacity nylon from Westex®
- 50% extended garment wear over 100% cotton
- Concealed and secure zipper with flap over closure
- Elastic in the waistband provides flexibility to ensure comfort when bending and stretching.
Two front swing pockets
Cargo pockets on each leg
- Feature velcro closures for secure storage
Two back patch pockets
Size and Fit
Regular fit with straight legs
Arc Rating ATPV 8.7 calories/cm2
Hazard Risk Category 2
Complies with the following safety standards and regulations:
- NFPA 2112 : Standard on Flame-Resistant Clothing for Protection of Industrial Personnel Against Short-Duration Thermal Exposures from Fire
- NFPA 70E : Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace
- CGSB 155.20 : Workwear for Protection against hydrocarbon flash fire and optionally steam and hot fluids
- CSA Z462 : Workplace Electrical Safety
- ASTM F1506-22 : Standard Performance Specification for Flame Resistant and Electric Arc-Rated Protective Clothing Worn by Workers Exposed to Flames and Electric Arcs
Designed to provide workers with multi-purpose protection from electric arc, flash fire, molten ferrous metal (excluding molten aluminum) and welding exposure.
Made for workers in industries including but not limited to: petrochemicals, military applications, auto-racing, volunteer and professional firefighters and utilities. This may include electrical, chemical, oil, gas, and petrochemical utilities and those working with ferrous metals such as foundries, flame-cutting, and welding.
SIZING CONVERSION CHART
* 36″ Unhemmed leg length
* These refer to actual body measurements.
* take measurements wearing the same undergarments you intend to wear with this garment, and take the fullest part of your body (be it the chest, stomach, or hips) into account for the most accurate measurement
How to Take Measurements for a Perfect Fit
For most of these measurements, you will require someone to help measure and read the measurements. If you intend you wear garments under these flame-resistant Cargo Pants, take this into account when measuring for the best fit.
Remember to ask someone you are comfortable with and to respect everyone’s comfort levels. It is beneficial to discuss the measurement process briefly beforehand to ensure everyone is comfortable and you are able to get an accurate measurement.
- Remove any belts or any items from the waistband and pocket area
- Take measurements over the shirt (or any other garment) that will be worn under the garment you measure for
- Stand straight in a natural, relaxed position
- Ensure the individual isn’t holding in their stomach so the garment can be comfortable at all times
- Measure around the waist, just below the belly button
- Remember that uniform pants are usually worn higher than casual pants for enhanced mobility and flexibility on the job
- Hold the measuring tape snug to the individual’s waist, but not too tight
- Allow two fingers between the measuring tape and the waist for some give
- Keep in mind that everybody is unique
- Measure the fullest part around the abdomen to ensure the garment will fit the widest part of an individual’s body snug and comfortably
- Stand straight up with heels placed together
- Measure around the fullest part of the hips
- Make sure the tape measure is straight and level all the way around for the most accurate measurement
- The inseam measurement gives insight into the required length of an individual’s work pants or the leg of coveralls.
- Take inseam measurements wearing the work shoes that will be worn on the job
- Stand with feet hip-width apart in a natural standing position
- Place a straight object (a hardcover book or any firm straight object works well) parallel to the wall and between the legs
- Place this at the crotch, making sure to make contact with the highest point of the leg
- Measure the distance of the straight object to the top of the sole of the shoe
- If the worker is wearing high heels, measure to the mid-heel
- Ensure that the measuring tape is pulled taut during the measurements for the most accurate measurements
- Remember that personal preference should be considered, as the individuals wearing the garment daily should be satisfied with its comfort and safety features
Please phone customer service at 1-888-440-4668 if you require assistance.