“Our flame-resistant cotton and 88/12 garments will be that much more comfortable and will afford more protection against environmental elements that can cause exhaustion or even illness, due to the advanced moisture wicking properties delivered by this new fabric feature,” said Courtney Comeaux, inside sales representative at LAPCO Manufacturing, Inc.
The Moisture Management finish is an update driven by distributor and end-user feedback and is part of LAPCO’s commitment to deliver the best possible products to its customers, Comeaux said. The company expects to have LAPCO FR Moisture Management garments on the shelves of local retailers as early as this month. LAPCO’s flame-resistant clothing line includes, Coveralls, Henley shirts, Hoodies, Pants7- and 9-oz. shirts
Founded in 1988, LAPCO is a leader in the flame-resistant work wear industry. The company offers a wide range of products designed to provide safety, comfort, and peace of mind to employees of any industry where personal safety and protection are a concern.
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