Wear these pants to make yourself visible by providing contrast to your work environment. They cover from the waist to the ankles, and have zippers, buttons, snaps, or other fasteners for closure.
ANSI Class E
Wearing these Class E pants with a Class 2 or Class 3 garment will achieve a Class 3 rating according to ANSI standards for high-visibility clothing. When worn alone, Class E pants will not meet the ANSI standard.
Reflective Safety Over Pants
Safety Waist Pants
ANSI Class 3
In compliance with ANSI standards for Class 3 high-visibility clothing, these pants have more high-visibility material than Class 1 and 2 to offer visibility in complex backgrounds and through a full range of body movement. They are for use in roadway (Type R) or public safety (Type P) environments, depending on the amount of high-visibility material they contain. Type R apparel is commonly worn by roadway construction workers, parking and toll gate personnel, crossing guards, towing operators, and airport baggage handlers and ground crew. Those who use Type P apparel include law enforcement and emergency response personnel, firefighters, and accident site investigators.
Breathable Rain Pants
ANSI Class 2
With more high-visibility material than Class 1 apparel, these pants meet Class 2 requirements in ANSI standards for high-visibility clothing. They provide better definition of the human form and offer the minimum level of protection recommended for workers exposed to roadway rights-of-way and temporary traffic control (TTC) zones. Depending on how much high-visibility material they contain, they are rated for use in either roadway (Type R) or public safety (Type P) environments. Among jobs that call for Type R apparel are: roadway construction, parking and toll gate operation, crossing guard work, towing operations, and airport baggage handling and ground crew work. Type P apparel may be used by law enforcement and emergency response personnel, firefighters, and accident site investigators.
Breathable Rain Pants
Intended for general off-road use, these overalls help make you visible, but don't meet any high-visibility standards.