Two tone ANSI 107 Class 3 high visibility
Waterproof Breathable Windproof waist length Soft Shell jacket. Scotchlite Reflective trim with black accent edging. Interchange reversible front zipper allows this lightweight jacket to be used as thermal liner in a variety of outer shell jackets. Zippered hand warmer pockets plus concealed inner zipper pockets. Side equipment zippers, elasticized drawcord back waistband with adjustable barrel clips and segmented micstrips on the shoulders.
3M Scotchlite Reflective Material
Recognized as the leading high performance retro-reflective component for worker visibility. The use of Scotchlite Reflective Materials provides increased peace of mind to people who wear safety garments. They know that their garment contains material that will enhance their visibility in low-light and nighttime conditions.3M is a trusted name known for quality and innovation.
Specialty closures are the little parts that make a big difference. With their unsurpassed quality and rugged construction, YKK's zippers can withstand years of use without failure. YKK's vertically integrated manufacturing process guarantees that every sub assembly is produced to the highest standards. This consistency can be seen and felt in the smooth action in their zippers or the reassuringly firm hold from any of their other specialty closures.
Gerber Outerwear features an innovative interchange system. There are a wide variety of interchange outer shells that are designed to accept a range of compatible interchange inner liners. All of these jackets feature heavy duty #8 YKK zippers so they function perfectly every time.
The American National Standard for High Visibility Safety Apparel provides design and component performance requirements for the manufacture of protective clothing to enhance the safety of workers. The ANSI 107:2010 standard is divided into three separate classes of garments: Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3. the higher the class number, the more fluorescent and retro-reflective materials are required in the construction of the garment. In turn, the higher the class number, the greater the level of protection.
As a general guideline, Class 1 garments are good for vehicle speeds up to 25 mph, Class 2 garments for speeds up to 45 mph and Class 3 for speeds in excess of 50 mph. To properly assess risk, employees should also consider work load proximity to vehicular traffic. When in doubt it is best to step up to the next higher level of protection.
5'00"-5'6" (1" shorter)
6'1"+ (1" longer)