Covering the torso and arms and extending to the waist, these jackets keep you visible and help you stay warm in cool environments. They fit over clothing, and usually have a front opening with a zipper, buttons, snaps, or other fastener. Some styles have features such as a collar, hood, or multiple pockets.
ANSI Class E
By wearing these Class E jackets along with a Class 2 or Class 3 garment, the ensemble will meet a Class 3 designation according to ANSI standards for high-visibility clothing. They do not meet the standard when worn alone.
ANSI Class 3
Complying with ANSI standards for Class 3 high-visibility clothing, these jackets contain more high-visibility material than classes 1 and 2 to offer visibility in complex backgrounds and through a full range of body movement. They can be used in roadway (Type R) or public safety (Type P) environments, in accordance with the minimum amount of high-visibility material they have. Among jobs that call for Type R apparel are roadway construction, parking and toll gate operation, crossing guards, towing operators, and airport baggage handlers and ground crew. Type P apparel is typically worn by law enforcement and emergency response personnel, firefighters, and accident site investigators.
5-in-1 Safety Jackets
Bomber Jackets with Removable Liner
High-Visibility Bomber Jackets
ANSI Class 2
A step up from Class 1 apparel, these jackets meet Class 2 requirements in ANSI standards for high-visibility clothing. They contain more high-visibility material to provide better definition of the human form. Class 2 apparel offers the minimum level of protection recommended for workers exposed to roadway rights-of-way and temporary traffic control (TTC) zones. These jackets are rated for use in either roadway (Type R) or public safety (Type P) environments, depending on the amount of high-visibility materials they contain. Among jobs that call for Type R apparel are roadway construction, parking and toll gate operation, crossing guards, towing operators, and airport baggage handlers and ground crew. Type P apparel is typically worn by law enforcement and emergency response personnel, firefighters, and accident site investigators.
High-Visibility Hooded Sweatshirt
High-Visibility Reversible Jackets
Water Resistant Windbreaker
ANSI Class 1
Designated as Class 1 in accordance with ANSI standards for high-visibility clothing, these jackets have the minimum amount of high-visibility materials to differentiate the wearer from non-complex work environments. They are for off-road (Type O) use only in applications such as retrieving shopping carts from parking lots and working near warehouse traffic or in oil and gas extraction, refineries, and mines.
5-in-1 Safety Jackets
Flame-Resistant Insulated Rain Jackets
Flame-Resistant Rain Jackets
Wear these jackets for general use in applications where you don't need to meet particular high-visibility standards but still want to help distinguish yourself from your surroundings.