PIP 333-1745 ANSI Type R Class 3 Two-Tone Bomber Jacket with Black Bottom, Waterproof, Quilt Lined, Hi Vis Lime Yellow or Hi Vis Orange. Available in sizes from Small through 5x
Ideal for roadway construction workers, survey crews, utility workers, railway and metro workers, and emergency response personnel.
- Durable waterproof 300 D. polyester shell with taped seams
- Built-in quilted high loft polyfil insulation for added warmth
- 2″ two-tone reflective tape for optimum visibility
- Black bottom, collar and cuffs help hide dirt
- Zipper closure with inner storm flap
- Detachable hideaway hood
- 2 external slash pockets
- 1 upper chest radio pocket
- 2 mic tabs
- 2 pen pockets on the sleeve
- 1 ID pocket
- Available in Hi Vis Yellow & Hi Vis Orange
- Sizes from Small to 5XL available (unisex)
What Does Class 3 High-Visibility Apparel Mean?
Class 3 high-visibility apparel refers to apparel that falls within a category of safety clothing that provides increased visibility for the wearer in both daytime and nighttime environments. This increase in visibility is achieved through the use of background material that has bright, high-visibility coloring (e.g. fluorescent yellow, green, or orange fabric), as well as through the use of retroreflective strips. Class 3 apparel includes items such as jackets or high-visibility clothing ensembles, such as a Class 2 vest combined with Class E pants.
Apparel classified as Class 3 must meet specific design standards to provide workers with enough increased visibility to allow them to work safely on roadways. Workers who make use of Class 3 apparel include but are not limited to roadway construction workers and crossing guards. When used correctly, Class 3 apparel is recognized by OSHA and the Federal Highway Safety Administration (FHSA) as a way for employers and employees to meet the minimum worker visibility obligations necessary to comply with relevant safe workplace regulations