NSA Raises The Bar On High Tech Fleece Sweatshirts
CLEVELAND — October 7, 2013 — National Safety Apparel has raised the bar with their new DWR high
tech premium fleece. The modacrylic/cotton fabrics used in producing the navy blue crew neck,
pullover, half-zip, stand-up collar half-zip and full-zip fleece sweatshirts have been upgraded to
make water bead right off as if you were wearing a heavy outerwear coat.
The premium fleece also has a reliant soil release feature which aids in the release of hard to remove stains during home laundering. All versions of the sweatshirt can be customized with lots of incredible features best suited to the end users needs and applications.
"This product has been a pleasure to work with," said Director of Technology, Jeff Martin, "The modacrylic/cotton fabric has an impressive 34 cal/cm2 arc rating and complies with both NFPA 70E and NFPA 2112. The flash fire protection, outstanding DWR, soil release performance, and comfort makes this line of sweatshirts one of my personal favorites at National Safety Apparel," Martin said.
This fleece combines breathability and water-resistance with exceptional warmth and comfort. These sweatshirts will keep end users warm and dry, even in the rainiest conditions, and are sure to be a hit as the weather starts to cool down in the months ahead.
Posted October 15, 2013
Source: National Safety Apparel