Occunomix Hard Hat Winter Liner with Sherpa Lining and Mouthpiece

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Hard Hat Zero Hoods
Item SS551
Shoulder Length Sherpa
Heavy Duty Warmth
If you’re looking for the ultimate product for winter weather, consider the Occunomix hard hat winter liner with Sherpa lining and mouthpiece. There aren’t too many other products that give you this level of protection against the cold of winter.

This liner features a shoulder length, and it’s built with two layers for optimal warmth. It features a stylish navy color, and the inside is made of white fleece. You can wear this heavy-duty Sherpa liner under your hard hat, and it will deliver optimal warmth while working in the coldest weather. Each liner has two built-in pockets, so you’ll have plenty of space to store accessories.

With microporous material, these Sherpa winter liners keep cold air out while locking metabolic body heat in. The non-woven material is ideal for individuals who have sensitive ears. There is an elastic strip on the forehead, which is designed to prevent cold air from entering the garment.

Each liner even has a strip of reflective film located above the back portion of the neck. The strip gives wearers additional safety while working in low-light conditions. If you’re looking for comfort, safety and warmth, you’ll have trouble finding a better winter liner for the job. Two layers of DuPont Sherpa lining will keep you warm and fight away the cold.
  • Reflective strip for improved worker visibility
  • Two layers of DuPont Sherpa lining for maximum warmth
  • Comes with removable mouthpiece
  • Ear barrier is insulated
  • Delivers maximum protection against winter weather
  • Two layers, Shoulder length.
  • Navy with white lining and removable mouth piece.


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  • 4
    Love Texas Safety...

    Posted by Ken on Dec 12th 2018

    warm liner, good service from Texas. They helped with UPS's problem.