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Wrangler FR


For many years, Wrangler has led the way in designing and manufacturing apparel known for superior comfort, function and durability. The brand is now recognized as a leader in developing protective jeans and shirts as well.

Wrangler® FR apparel is constructed from flame resistant fabrics and components and is designed to meet the rigorous requirements specified by major protection agencies.

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NFPA 2112: The standard for flame resistant garments providing a degree of protection to the wearer reduces the severity of burn injuries from short-duration thermal exposures or accidental exposure to flash fires. For a garment to pass NFPA 2112 testing, it must exhibit 50 percent or less total predicted body burn using a standardized burn injury model.

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HRC 2: The standard for electrical safety in the workplace (NFPA 70e) has developed a matrix of Hazard/Risk Categories (HRC) to help match the tasks being performed on energized electrical equipment to appropriate flame resistant protective clothing. The garments listed in the HRC 2 category arc ratings between 8 cal/cm2 and 24 cal/cm2.

All Wrangler FR products meet NFPA 70E, ASTM 1506 and OSHA Rule 1910.269 Standards.


    The legendary 13MWZ is known to be a workhorse jean, durable, tough, comfortable. It's even tougher when fashioned under our Wrangler® FR construction guidelines.


    • 100% cotton
    • Authentic five pocket styling
    • High quality brass zipper with Nomex (FR) zipper tape
    • Arc-resistant button waistband closure
    • Flame resistant pockets
    • Nomex (FR) thread used in all garment seams
    • Safety orange outside ID for high visibility
    • Fits over boots
    • Available in Original, Relaxed and Slim fits
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    Safety first. The reason behind our Wrangler FR collection. The RIGGS WORKWEAR® flame resistant long sleeve denim work shirt offers a relaxed, comfortable fit.


    • Button closure flap front pockets with pencil slot
    • Safety orange outside ID for high visibility
    • HRC2 and meets ASTM 1506, NFPA-70E and OSHA Rule 1910.269 Standards
    • 8.0 oz. 100% cotton FR denim
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    When nothing less than superior performance will do, trust our RIGGS WORKWEAR Flame Resistant pants.


    • room2move™ relaxed fit
    • Action gusset
    • 1/2" x 2 1/4" belt loops
    • Triple needle stitching
    • Arc-resistant button waistband closure
    • High quality brass zipper with Nomex (FR) zipper tape
    • Extra deep 13” front pockets
    • Oversized watch pocket
    • Safety orange outside ID for high visibility

    14.5 oz. 100% cotton FR denim available in five pocket Relaxed Fit Jean or Carpenter Jean. 10.25 oz. 100% cotton ripstop fabric available in Carpenter Pant. 12.5 oz. 100% cotton FR denim available in Tradesman Jean.

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    You can focus on the job, because we've focused on all the details. The RIGGS WORKWEAR® flame resistant long sleeve work shirt offers a relaxed, comfortable fit.


    • Button closure pocket with pencil slot
    • Safety orange outside ID for high visibility
    • HRC2 and meets NFPA 2112, ASTM 1506, NFPA-70E and OSHA Final Rule 1910.269

    Available in:

    • 7.5 oz 100% cotton FR twill or denim with two patch pockets
    • 8.0 oz. cotton FR twill or denim with two flap pockets
    • 7.25 oz. cotton plaids with one patch pocket
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    Wrangler's long sleeve indigo denim solid flame resistant work shirt is designed to meet the strict standards of the major protection agencies.


    • Authentic Western styling
    • "W" stitching at the pocket
    • Two spade pockets
    • Authentic Western cuffs
    • 1/4" turned hem tails
    • High visibility FR label on the chest pocket and left shoulder

    Available in 7.5 oz. 100% Cotton FR Twill or Denim; 6.5 oz. 88% Cotton/12% Nylon

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    The RIGGS WORKWEAR flame resistant relaxed fit long sleeve Henley is HRC 2 and meets ASTM 1506, NFPA-70E and OSHA Final Rule 1910.269. Makes a great layering piece.


    • 6.5 oz. 100% cotton FR jersey
    • Front chest pocket
    • Comfortable, relaxed fit
    • Safety orange outside ID for high visibility
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The level of protection in Wrangler® FR garments resides in the weight and composition of the flame resistant fabric. Once the source of ignition is removed, FR garments will self-extinguish, allowing precious escape time and limiting the percentage of the body that is burned. Even though a person caught in a flash fire or arc flash will most likely still have injuries, FR clothing can greatly reduce their severity. And in many cases, it can make the difference between life and death.


Any flame and thermal protective fabric must provide the wearer with the expected degree of protection for the useful life of the garment. Garments are specified based on the employer's evaluation of workplace hazards. Protective garments, which function as wearing apparel for normal work activities, must be comfortable and durable while achieving appearance that is acceptable to both the employer and the wearer. In addition to these general considerations, there may be other hazards present such as chemical or molten substance exposure. Finally, these multi-use garments must be able to withstand laundering to remove soils and flammable contaminants and be returned to service without excessive color loss, fuzzing/pilling (surface appearance change) or excessive shrinkage.


Under paragraph 5a1, the General Duty clause of the federal OSHA Act, it is the employer's responsibility to identify risks and hazards in the workplace and seek out appropriate protective garments and equipment for the protection of the workers. In making this hazard assessment, the employer must consider the risks present and the most appropriate means of addressing those risks. Where ignition risks are present, flame-resistant protective apparel can become a prudent part of an action plan to address those concerns.

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  1. Compliant with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.269, NFPA-70E and ASTM F1506-02ae1
  2. Flame Resistant
  3. Compliant for lifetime of garment (100+ home launderings)

OSHA 29 CFR 1910.269: This section of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's 29 CFR 1910.269 covers the operation and maintenance of electric power generation, control, transformation, transmission, and distribution lines and equipment.

NFPA-70E: The National Fire Protection Agency's (NFPA) 70E is a Standard for Electrical Safety Requirements for Employee Workplaces. It requires employees to wear flame resistant protective clothing wherever there is possible exposure to an electric arc flash.

ASTEM F1506-02ae1: This performance specification by the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) International covers the flame resistance of textile materials to be used for wearing apparel for use by electrical works exposed to momentary electric arc and related thermal hazards.


Flame resistant apparel should be washed using soft water (<4.0 grains). Hard water can affect cleaning and contains mineral salts that can form insoluble deposits on the fabric. These deposits can negate the flame resistant characteristics of the garment and may serve as fuel if garments are exposed to an ignition source. 100% cotton garments can be laundered by normal procedures used for any 100% cotton garments. Laundry shrinkage of up to 5% can be expected, although exposure to excessive dryer temperatures will result in much higher shrinkage. Starches, fabric softeners and other laundry additives should be avoided. DO NOT USE CLORINE BLEACH. DO NOT USE INDUSTRIAL LAUNDRY DETERGENTS OR OTHER CHEMICALS CONTAINING HYDROGEN PEROXIDE.

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