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PIP ANSI Class 2 Type R 4 Pocket Hi-Vis Mesh Vest

FallTech 7018SML High-Vis Vest Harness

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PIP ANSI Class 3 Mesh Four Pocket Vest

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Neese 9100APK Air Tex Class 3 Hi-Vis Jacket

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Neese 9100ET Air Tex Class 3 Hi-Vis Pants

ML Kishigo Mesh Gaiters

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Cordova Safety Cor-Brite Hi-Vis Class 2 Sleeveless Shirt

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High Visibility Apparel

When working on the job site there are many dangers which is why GME Supply prides ourselves in being here to help keep you safe while on the job. You need to be seen on the job site to stay safe. Stand out from the crowd and stand out on the job site with our wide selection of hi-vis apparel. Whether you are looking for class 2, class 3, hats, non-ANSI, rain wear, or vests we’ve got the hi-vis gear you need.

The most important part of picking out hi-vis apparel is knowing whether it needs to be ANSI compliant. If it does need to be ANSI compliant there are two classifications that you need to be aware of: class 2 and class 3.

Class 2:

Class 2 apparel is intended for environments that pose a greater risk than those that require Class 1 traditional safety yellow or orange apparel. Class 2 apparel is medium sized because of the ANSI requirements. Class 2 apparel must have at least 775 inches of safety yellow or orange material and 201 square inches of reflective striping.

Class 3:

Class 3 apparel is intended for dangerous environments and is typically larger because of the ANSI requirements. They must have 310 square inches of reflective striping and 1,240 inches of safety yellow or orange material.

Non-ANSI:

Non-ANSI rated gear means that it does not meet the requirements set forth by ANSI and should not be used in low light situations where certified hi-vis gear is required.

For more information, or if you have any questions, about our selection of hi-vis gear click here to get in touch with one of our Gear Experts®.