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|Certifications||ANSI 107 Type R | Class 2 Compliant|
|Material||Ultra-Cool™ 100% polyester mesh with heavy-duty black bottom|
Get high visibility color and contrast that helps keep you keep your cool on tough projects. Airflow-encouraging proprietary polyester mesh is standard with the Kishigo black bottom mesh safety vest, part of the durable, feature-heavy Premium Black Series.
ANSI 107 Type R
Class 2 Compliant
From the durable webbing reinforcing the zipper to the gusseted radio pocket, Kishigo has flawlessly optimized the Class 2 safety vest.
From dawn to dusk, rain or shine, high-visibility details keep you in plain sight. Reflective material, light-catching trim, and a fluorescent base color all add up to visibility at every angle.
Patented technology, including Ultra-Cool™ mesh, make this the most comfortable, functional, and durable class-compliant item in your workwear wardrobe.
A Class 2 reflective safety vest is compulsory for applications taking place in low-light conditions. It is also suitable for projects at or near moderate traffic (over 25 mph).
Combine with Class E pants to create a Class 3 outfit suitable for reduced visibility and heavier traffic. Wear alone for any of the following jobs that typically require Class 2 safety clothing
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