Get the Best Welding Jacket with Free Shipping
As you plan for your welding projects this fall and winter, it’s time to
start considering a welding jacket that can provide the protection you need
whether you’re stick, MIG, or TIG welding. Baker’s Gas and Welding
currently offers both discounts
on the regular price of welding jackets and free shipping for welding
jackets so that you can get the best deal without having to lose time in
your shop. The only tricky decision will be deciding which welding jacket is the
best for your job. Here are some tips to help you out:
Features in a High Quality Welding Jacket
The best welding jacket will combine safety with freedom of movement. That
means you want a jacket that makes it easy to move your arms without
compromising on the quality or placement of the leather. Most jackets have
breaks in the leather under the arm pits to provide a wider range of
Kevlar thread is another essential for welding jackets and gloves since it is
heat resistant and will help your jacket be safer and last longer.
Another welding jacket feature you’ll want is a high collar. Though most
welding helmets cover your neck sufficiently, a high collar will protect you
from spatter and UV rays that can cause painful burns on your neck.
Flame Retardant Welding Jackets
If you weld in a warmer climate and don’t need full leather protection
(especially if you don’t do a lot of stick welding), a flame
retardant welding jacket may be a great choice since you don’t want to
overheat while welding at work or in your home shop. These cotton jackets are
able to resist the sparks that come while welding and have snapped sleeves that
easily work with welding gloves so that your hands are protected while you work.
Leather Sleeve Welding Jackets
If you stick weld or MIG weld in a warmer climate, you may be interested in a
jacket with either leather
sleeves or leather sleeves that extend the leather across the chest. With
leather along your arms and chest, you’ll get the enhanced heat protection you
need for stick welding or out of position welds. These jackets are a great
compromise since they balance comfort and safety.
Full Leather Welding Jackets
If you’re working in a cooler climate, or you need heavy duty protection while
stick welding, or both, then a full
leather, heavy duty welding jacket will be the perfect choice. Be sure to
get a quality leather grain for your jacket if you want maximum comfort and
range of movement while you work.
Tillman’s New Onyx Welding Jackets
Baker’s carries Tillman’s latest line of welding gloves and welding jackets:
Onyx. The new Onyx
welding jacket comes in both heavy duty and light weight varieties. The heavy
duty jacket offers a bunch of great features, including:
Premium, all black, top grain cowhide provides increased
durability against wear and tear.
- Underarm gussets allow for easier movement
- Satin lined sleeves allow for easier on/off
Each jacket is sewn entirely with Kevlar thread for heat
resistance and strength
Soapstone and outside pockets offer storage for key
There are plenty of options for a new welding
jacket at Baker’s Gas and Welding. The best jacket for you will depend on
how often you weld, where you weld, which welding process you use (MIG, TIG, or
stick), and your climate. The best part is that no matter where you live in the
United States, Baker’s is offering free shipping, so there’s no reason why you
can’t pick up the best welding jacket for the money today.
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