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High-visibility vest

The 8254HDZ Class 2 Heavy Duty Surveyors Vest uses 3M Scotchlite reflective material with a contrasting two-tone design. It features seven pockets and integrated grommets for lanyard attachment. Additionally, the 8254HDZ has an ANSI-compliant 300D oxford polyester solid front and ANSI-compliant mesh back for a sturdy, breathable fit. Internal webbing provides added structure.



High-visibility jacket

The Bomber series now includes a two-tone jacket with a fleece-lined collar and cape back with D-ring access. The jacket features high-visibility lime fabric accented with black fabric around the bottom torso and sleeves to hide dirt. This insulated Class-3 garment also features 2-inch 3M reflective stripes across the chest, around the torso, over the shoulders and around the sleeves.

MCR Safety



All-conditions coat

The 7-in-1 All-Conditions Coat is ideal for use in cold weather work conditions that require high-visibility safety apparel. The coat meets ANSI 107-2004 Class 3 standards, is suitable for all-season use, is made of 100-percent polyester with taped seams, and is waterproof. It features a zipper closure with storm flap, 2-inch silver reflective 3M tape and a fleece-lined collar for added comfort.

Protective Industrial Products Inc.
​Multi-pocket work pants
Eisenhower Multi-Pocket work pants feature removable pockets and a choice of three standard leg lengths, and are available in five different colors. The pants are reinforced with Cordura Classic fabric in high-wear areas such as hammer loops, kneepads and hem guards – transforming the most vulnerable parts of the garment into some of the strongest.

​​​Hi-vis vest

The GlenGuard Hi-Vis Anti-Stat flame-resistant vest meets ANSI 107, ASTM 1506 and NFPA 70E standards. The engineered fabric of the vest helps prevent buildup of static electricity and keeps static from igniting ambient gases that have low ignition or flash points. GlenGuard Anti-Stat currently is available in woven fabric.

Glen Raven Inc.    
​​​​High-visibility vest

The V-9A-OSK-SC-L is a breathable and ventilated modacrylic blended material vest that meets ANSI/ISEA 104-2004 Class 2 and ASTM 1506 standards. It features an open-sided adjustable non-conductive closure, elongated arm openings to circulate air and increase range of movement, a 14-inch molded zipper front closure, and 2-inch FR silver reflective trim.

Lakeland Industries Inc.



​​​​​Flame-resistant shirts

These shirts, in TenCate Tecasafe Plus fabric, are dual hazard, meaning they protect against both arc flash and flash fire. Made from the first inherently knit product engineered to withstand industrial laundering, these knits have a more modern fit and key features such as longer tails, raglan sleeves on the T-shirts and high-low hems on the polos.

Workrite Uniform Co. Inc.


​​​​​High-visibility jacket

The Bomber II high-visibility jacket conforms to the ANSI/ISEA 107 standard for waterproof, high-visibility outerwear. Engineered to provide comfort, safety and warmth, the Bomber II is available in fluorescent yellow-green and fluorescent orange-red. The fluorescent background material is excellent for daytime visibility, and the Level 2 reflective tape reflects light for 360-degree nighttime conspicuity.

Tingley Rubber Corp.




Cut-resistant sleeve

Jackson Safety G60 Level 2 Cut-Resistant Sleeves are ideal for work environments that pose a risk of cuts, abrasions or burns. They are available with and without a thumbhole. The sleeves feature a Kevlar outer layer and meet ANSI Level 2/EN388 Level 2 cut resistance, and are suitable for intermittent heat contact up to 212° F.

Kimberly-Clark Professional  


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