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High Visibility Sweatshirts

High Visibility Sweatshirts

Not only will these sweatshirts help increase your visibility to others, they fit loosely over the torso to allow freedom of movement and are typically made of fabric types that wick away moisture and help retain body heat for comfort while working in cool environments. Hooded styles provide additional coverage. Styles with a zipper closure offer easy fastening and unfastening.

ANSI Class 3

With a greater amount of high-visibility material than Class 1 and 2 garments, these sweatshirts meet ANSI standards for Class 3 high-visibility clothing. They provide visibility in complex backgrounds and through a full range of body movement. Based on how much high-visibility material they have, they can be used in roadway (Type R) or public safety (Type P) environments. Type R environments include: roadway construction sites, parking and toll gate operations, crosswalks, towing operations, and airport baggage handling and ground crew areas. Type P apparel is commonly used by law enforcement and emergency response personnel, firefighters, and accident site investigators.

Heated Hoodie (with Charger)

High-Visibility Crewneck Sweatshirts

High-Visibility Hooded Sweatshirts

High-Visibility Sweatshirts

Hooded Sweatshirts

Safety Long Sleeve Sweatshirts

ANSI Class 2

Providing the minimum level of protection recommended for workers exposed to roadway rights-of-way and temporary traffic control (TTC) zones, these sweatshirts meet ANSI Class 2 standards for high-visibility clothing. They have more high-visibility material than Class 1 apparel and offer better definition of the human form. Based on the amount of high-visibility materials with which they are made, they are rated for use in either roadway (Type R) or public safety (Type P) environments. Those who typically wear Type R apparel include: roadway construction workers, parking and toll gate personnel, crossing guards, towing operators, and airport baggage handlers and ground crew. Type P garments may be worn by law enforcement and emergency response personnel, firefighters, and accident site investigators.