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High-Visibility Vests

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High-visibility vests are made of brightly colored fabric or have reflective materials to make workers and pedestrians more visible to traffic and equipment operators. ANSI class indicates the amount of high-visibility fabric and reflective tape on the garment, as well as width of the reflective tape. Non-rated and Class 2 safety vests have lower levels of visibility than higher numbers. They are worn when required by OSHA or when working in warehouses, near traffic, and on construction sites.

High-visibility vests are made of brightly colored fabric or have reflective materials to make workers and pedestrians more visible to traffic and equipment operators. ANSI class indicates the amount of high-visibility fabric and reflective tape on the garment, as well as width of the reflective tape. Non-rated and Class 2 safety vests have lower levels of visibility than higher numbers. They are worn when required by OSHA or when working in warehouses, near traffic, and on construction sites.

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Non-ANSI Rated X-Back Vests

Non-ANSI Rated X-Back Vests

X-back garments indicate when a worker is facing away and cannot see signals or oncoming traffic. Non-ANSI rated vests are used to identify workers in off-road settings such as warehouses and manufacturing facilities when ANSI compliance is not required. 

Mesh Polyester

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Non-ANSI Rated Vertical-Stripe Back Vests

Non-ANSI Rated Vertical-Stripe Back Vests
Vertical stripe vests have two parallel stripes down the front and back of the vest. Non-ANSI rated vests are used to identify workers in off-road settings such as warehouses and manufacturing facilities when ANSI compliance is not required.

Mesh Polyester

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Class 2 X-Back Vests with D-Ring Slot for Fall Protection

Class 2 X-Back Vests with D-Ring Slot for Fall Protection
A slot on the back of these vests is positioned to pass through a D-ring on a fall protection harness to connect a lanyard or self-retracting lifeline. Class 2 garments meet Type R requirements for use on roadways. Class 2 is the most commonly used class and is suitable for use on construction sites and railways, or by airport groundcrews and crossing guards. X-back garments indicate when a worker is facing away and cannot see signals or oncoming traffic.

Solid Polyester

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