Honeywell Jumpsuits


Honeywell Wildland jumpsuits, an excellent alternative to two-piece systems, offer durable protection, lightweight comfort, and are fully featured garments that are not only NFPA 1977 compliant but look great too.

Honeywell Jumpsuits Options

Popular Options

  • 2” Lime/Yellow/Silver or Red/Orange 3M™ Scotchlite™ Triple Trim at Hem, Upper Arms, Pants Hem and across Action-Back
  • Extra Band of Trim at Sleeve Cuffs
  • Extra Band of Trim on Back
  • Lettering on Patches
  • Reflective Maltese Cross or Star of Life
  • Leather Cuffs on Sleeves and Legs
  • Mic Tab
  • Leather and Padded Knee Reinforcements
  • Padded Elbow Reinforcements
  • Lined Sleeves – FR Cotton
  • Multi-tool Add-on Pocket on Semi-bellows Pocket
  • Crossover Stethoscope Pocket
  • Pencil/Flashlight Pocket
  • Additional Rear Patch Pocket with Flap
  • American Flag Patch
  • SL-90 Flashlight Holder
  • FR Stabilized Pass Device
  • Embroidery Name Patch on Front of Garment

Honeywell Jumpsuits Features and Benefits

Highly Breathable FR Outer Shells and Colors

  • FR 88/12 Cotton/Nylon Twill
    9.0 oz – navy, black, yellow
  • Nomex IIIA®
    6 oz – navy, black, yellow, royal blue

Standard Features

Jumpsuit Models: WCU2000 and WC6N2000

Rounded Stand-up Collar with Hook and Loop Throat Tab
Two Inside Pockets
with Pass-through
Two-way Inner Zipper with Hook and Loop Closure
Full Rear Elastic Waist
Hook and Loop Cinch Straps at Waist, Wrist, and Cuffs
12˝ Leg Zippers at Cuffs
Action-back Design
9˝ Radio Pocket with Mic Tab Above Pocket and XL Mic Tab Located on the Pocket
Detachable Glove Strap
Single Rear Patch Pocket with Flap
Two Large Slant-top Semi-bellows Pockets with Hook and Loop
Closure Flap

DuPont™ and Nomex® are trademarks or registered trademarks of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company.
  • Proper Fit
    Honeywell clothing is available in standard sizes ranging from 32-34 to 60-62. Custom sizing is also available.
  • Customized Garments
    Tailor your garments with our large selection of options, including specialized pockets, visibility packages, reinforcements, and more.

Certification – Garments meet or exceed NFPA 1977, current edition Protective Clothing and Equipment for Wildland Fire Fighting