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Dutch FR Tanker Coverall
Dutch FR Tanker Coverall
Dutch FR Tanker Coverall
Dutch FR Tanker Coverall
Dutch FR Tanker Coverall
Dutch FR Tanker Coverall
Dutch FR Tanker Coverall
Dutch FR Tanker Coverall

These coveralls were made for Dutch crews in the 43 Gemechaniseerde Brigade, and were made to be put in the hot seat during mechanized combat in the Koninklijke Landmacht's Leopard 2s. 

Before their integration into the 1st Panzer Division of the German army, the Dutch got to sport some of the best coveralls we've now got our hands on — comfortable, warm, and a 95/5 Nomex/Para-Aramid (Euro version of DuPont's Kevlar) blend. This means you get unbeatable protection against tears and abrasions and FR capability, similar to that of an automotive racing suit. The construction is crucial for tank crews working on and operating their vehicles, and excels as a heavier mechanic's coverall.

If you're familiar with cutting-edge Nomex suits used for automotive racing, you're looking at a coverall with the exact same material properties, except its in sexy OD Green and takes way less out of your wallet.

They feature a unique double-zippered front that splits down to the legs for easy donning, plenty of pockets for tools and equipment, a deployable hood, and plenty of padding for the cramped interior of a tank. Additionally, it features elastic bands on the waist, wrist cuffs, and leg cuffs for a protective fit and a zippered fly between the two main zippers.

They're built like tanks for tanks, and in the condition they're in, you'd be hard-pressed to find coveralls this good even outside the surplus world.

As a standard disclaimer for all FR products, we are not responsible for any injuries or bodily harm that you get while wearing this. These are surplus so they are by no means guaranteed to perform as designed. Stay safe and stay smart around heat, fires, and electrical hazards.

Specs

  • 94% Nomex, 5% Aramid(Kevlar) 1% 'Metal fiber' Mix
  • Flame retardant and highly abrasion resistant
  • Fold-away hood
  • Rear pocket with drag handle
  • double-zipped front flap
  • zippered fly
  • elastic waist, wrist cuffs, and leg cuffs.
  • Netherlands flag on one shoulder
  • Loop fabric for patches on other shoulder
  • Loop name tape area on chest
  • large double snapped pocket on chest
  • zippered kneepad pockets on legs
  • 1 ankle pocket

Sizing

Sizing is measured with height in cm and chest size in cm. Take a tailor's tape measure and wrap it around your chest just below the armpits for the most accurate chest measurement.

Condition

  • Coveralls are in unissued condition, in factory original packaging.

 

Dutch FR Tanker Coverall

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These coveralls were made for Dutch crews in the 43 Gemechaniseerde Brigade, and were made to be put in the hot seat during mechanized combat in the Koninklijke Landmacht's Leopard 2s. 

Before their integration into the 1st Panzer Division of the German army, the Dutch got to sport some of the best coveralls we've now got our hands on — comfortable, warm, and a 95/5 Nomex/Para-Aramid (Euro version of DuPont's Kevlar) blend. This means you get unbeatable protection against tears and abrasions and FR capability, similar to that of an automotive racing suit. The construction is crucial for tank crews working on and operating their vehicles, and excels as a heavier mechanic's coverall.

If you're familiar with cutting-edge Nomex suits used for automotive racing, you're looking at a coverall with the exact same material properties, except its in sexy OD Green and takes way less out of your wallet.

They feature a unique double-zippered front that splits down to the legs for easy donning, plenty of pockets for tools and equipment, a deployable hood, and plenty of padding for the cramped interior of a tank. Additionally, it features elastic bands on the waist, wrist cuffs, and leg cuffs for a protective fit and a zippered fly between the two main zippers.

They're built like tanks for tanks, and in the condition they're in, you'd be hard-pressed to find coveralls this good even outside the surplus world.

As a standard disclaimer for all FR products, we are not responsible for any injuries or bodily harm that you get while wearing this. These are surplus so they are by no means guaranteed to perform as designed. Stay safe and stay smart around heat, fires, and electrical hazards.

Specs

  • 94% Nomex, 5% Aramid(Kevlar) 1% 'Metal fiber' Mix
  • Flame retardant and highly abrasion resistant
  • Fold-away hood
  • Rear pocket with drag handle
  • double-zipped front flap
  • zippered fly
  • elastic waist, wrist cuffs, and leg cuffs.
  • Netherlands flag on one shoulder
  • Loop fabric for patches on other shoulder
  • Loop name tape area on chest
  • large double snapped pocket on chest
  • zippered kneepad pockets on legs
  • 1 ankle pocket

Sizing

Sizing is measured with height in cm and chest size in cm. Take a tailor's tape measure and wrap it around your chest just below the armpits for the most accurate chest measurement.

Condition

  • Coveralls are in unissued condition, in factory original packaging.

 

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Reviewed by William Crittenden I.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Great for jumping into fire!

I got this for welding and it works great! All of the large pockets were great for storing gloves and other equipment at the shop. It offered excellent protecting for the GMAW, SMAW, and GTAW processes while also looking quite stylish. My only (minor) complaints are that the neck was a bit big for myself and didn’t lend itself to being folded down like a BDU neck and the nomex was a little hot but that was to be expected. I got several compliments with some even interested in acquiring their own. Overall, I highly recommend this for welding!

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Reviewed by Tim
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Surprisingly soft for Nomex!

The elastic bands were dry-rotted and cracked on mine, but that's not at all unusual for unissued gear in my experience. Sitting in a low-humidy warehouse for half my lifetime will do that. Not gonna knock any stars off for that. If you have any experience doing basic fabric repair, it's not at all difficult to give it fresh bands (Or even give it eyelets for adjustable cords!). Still works just fine without the elastic anyways.

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Reviewed by Logan B.
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Awesome!

Heavy duty, warm, and versatile

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Reviewed by Jason W.
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You need one of these even if your not sure what you will do with it

It’s awesome and you need one. They look cool and are very well made

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