Flame Retardant Fabric Headcover - YesWelder

AP-6670 Flame Retardant Fabric Welding Head Neck Protective Hood


Regular price19.75
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The Flame Retardant fabric welding hood provides protection for neck, overhead and ear when welding. It features wrap-around coverage that blocks sparks, heat, and UV rays.


  • Protection for head, ear & neck from welding fire flash & splash
  • Compatible with most welding helmet & goggles
  • Equipped with velcro buckle, suitable for different head sizes
  • Mesh lining allows the sweat vapor to evaporate quickly
  • The lightweight fabric provides maximum comfort
  • Dozens of times washable (at least 50) and maintain its flame retardant properties.
  • Head circumference 1.345’, 0.492’ neck-shoulder drape.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 28 reviews
L. S. Lewis

I recently started work as a production welder and my "neck protection" bandana caught on fire, singing my hair so it was time to find real protection. This hood is great! I'm a lady so the fit is perfect for me, might be small for a big man head. No more spatter in my ear or down my neck; breathable, doesn't make my head hot. Highly recommend for anyone who welds for a living, if you aren't trying to "look tough" and suffer through tiny burns all over your head get this bad boy.

Henry Jones

Stops slag from getting onto my scalp or down my ears when working overhead. Very good product.


Performs well not to hot protection is great


Super good price and amazing products. Feel very safe using it

Jani Jackson

Covers the neck area so it doesn't get burned while welding. Velcro is holding up so far.