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GSA Contract GS-07F-0174M   DOD Emall

Blanket Lined Denim Chore Coat

Detainee Outerwear Denim Chore Coat
SKU: ADS-Y302791
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Traditional lined denim chore coat worn by prison inmates in detention center and corrections facilities, similar to the brown duck chore coats made for consumers by major brands like Carhartt, Dickies, Red Kap, Walls and Berne.  Order our standard specs, or let us quote to meet your facility's specs and requirements.  Use as yard coats or work detail outerwear.

  • Outershell: heavy denim material (also available in twill material)
  • Lining: choose warm blanket lining -or- polyester quilted lining/fiberfill with nylon lining
  • Closure: button front closure (also available with snaps or zipper)
  • Collar: one piece in matching self fabric 
  • Pockets: none (available with up to 4 patch pockets)
  • Color: blue denim 
  • Available size range: S-10XL.
  • Sample in photo shows blue denim chore coat with 4 pockets

About Inmate Outerwear and Prison Clothing
Prison uniforms and inmate clothing are used in jails, prisons, detention centers, corrections facilities or other local, state, or federal corrections or law enforcement institutions. Inmate or detainee clothing typically consists of a two piece set (pullover shirt and elastic waist pants) or a one piece jumpsuit or coverall. Many corrections facilities require that their inmate uniforms meet rigid specifications, which vary from one institution to another.

American Detention Supplies
Anchortex is a leading supplier of correctional and institutional products to prisons, jails, and detention facilities across the U.S.
Type: Jackets/Coats
GSA Contract Item
GSA Contract Item: Contact us for GSA Pricing.
Institutional Commodity Item
Picture is representative only and may not precisely match delivered product. Specs may vary.

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GSA Contract GS-07F-0174M

DOD Emall

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