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Hi Vis Jackets

Complete Selection of All Available High Visibility Jacket Types

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The Hi Vis Jackets have a diverse range of styles which includes the windbreaker, softshell, parka, bomber jacket, packable pullover, reversible, body warmer, and 3-season. These jackets include high visibility orange and lime with a reflective tapes or variety, which is ideal for different sorts of working environment. Additionally, these jackets are also available in Non-ANSI, ANSI Class 2, and ANSI Class 3 variants. For price-based performance, the silver reflective tape is the most prominent choice of users. For daytime visibility, the high contrast stripe/tape is the best option. For wet weather conditions, the prismatic reflective tapes offer higher performance and brightness. Make yourself comfortable, dry, warm, protected at your work with a ANSI high visibility jacket.


American National Standard for High Visibility Safety Apparel

The ANSI/ISEA 107 American National Standard for High Visibility Safety Apparel and Accessories is a voluntary standard with guidelines that provide practical instruction regarding both reflective material and garment design to enhance worker visibility. ANSI/ISEA 107 presents three performance classes of garments and identifies garment types based on expected use settings and work activities being performed. These are designated as off-road (type O), roadway and temporary traffic control (type R), or public safety activities (type P).

The main purpose for wearing high-visibility work Clothes is the safety it offers their wearers. It is proven to prevent accidents and fatalities in potentially dangerous environments, in this case, you must be aware of which ANSI Class high visibility clothes are suitable for your work environment.

ANSI Type O, Class 1 - Performance Class 1 offers the minimum amount of high visibility materials to differentiate the wearer from non-complex work environments and is only appropriate for off-road environments.

ANSI Type R or P, Class 2 - Performance Class 2 is considered the minimum level of protection for workers exposed to roadway rights-of-way and temporary traffic control (TTC) zones. Garments will have additional amounts of high visibility materials that allow for a better definition of the human form.

ANSI Type R or P, Class 3 - Performance Class 3 provides more visibility to the wearer in both complex backgrounds and through a full range of movement by the required placement of background, retroreflective, and combined performance materials on the sleeves and pant legs (if present). Garments have an even greater minimum level of high visibility material the apparel must contain. A garment or vest without sleeves worn alone is NOT considered Class 3 protection.

ANSI Class E - High visibility Wear that does not qualify as meeting the requirements of the standard when worn alone, but when a Class E item is worn with a Class 2 or Class 3 garment, the overall classification of the ensemble is Class 3.