Bulwark Fire Resistant Knit Cap

$30.99
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Bulwark Fire Resistant Knit Cap

If you're looking for truly comfortable yet functional headgear this 12.5-ounce, black Bulwark FR knit hat is tough to beat. It's made from a combination of Nomex® and Kevlar® and available at a very attractive price. This fire resistant beanie is double-layered and designed to fit comfortably under your hard hat, not only providing its fire resistive capability but also a welcomed degree of warmth. This is a one-size-fits-most FR beanie that's easy to care for, able to be machine washed at home or sent out for commercial laundering.

Carrying an Arc rating (ATPV) of 37, it complies with the requirements of NFPA 70E and falls in the highest, #4 Hazard Risk Category (HCR). A flame retardant hat like this is invaluable in a variety of occupations including fire and rescue operations, foundry work, electrical line work and it's especially handy for wearing under a welder's mask. If you want a fire resistant hat that you'll feel comfortable wearing all day long this knit cap is it.

Flame resistant, 12.5 oz. NOMEX knit (93% Nomex aramid/5% Kevlar aramid/2% other fiber) Arc Rating ATPV 37 calories/cm^ One size fits all

Double layers comfortable Fit to wear under hardhat

7 Reviews

  • 5
    Hat

    Posted by Tricia Beight on Dec 13th 2020

    Great quality

  • 4
    Review

    Posted by FRANK ANGUIANO on Feb 17th 2020

  • 1
    50/50

    Posted by Tom Oveson on Nov 18th 2018

    No option to select size and was sent a medium knit cap. Might as well have been a small because it doesn’t even fit.

  • 5
    Review

    Posted by William White on Oct 16th 2018

    Fits and is warm.

  • 5
    Toasty

    Posted by James Yount on Nov 28th 2016

    I was really impressed how warm my head stayed, & also the fit of the knit cap.

  • 5
    Cap

    Posted by Muriel Watson on Nov 28th 2015

    Haven't worn it yet. Well made though.

  • 1
    Knit cap

    Posted by Zachary Mancuso on Nov 23rd 2015

    Happy with all products (spent over $1000) except the knit cap. I thought it was thin, cheap, and won't keep my head warm, especially for its price.