Won’t Abrade, Rip, Snag or Tear Garments made of Trilobal Rip-Stop polyester can really take a beating. Like this ANSI Class 2 Heavy-Duty Trilobal Rip-Stop™ Surveyor’s Vest with D-Ring Pass-Through. Made from heavy-duty polyurethane-coated 300 denier Trilobal Rip-Stop polyester that is waterproof, extremely durable, and resistant to abrasion, rips, snags or tearing. Gussets on(…)
SAFETY VESTS! Hi Vis ANSI Class 2, Class 3, FR Vests, Breakaway Vests, Arc Flash Vests, Cooling Vests and More!
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We at eSafetyStore have always been big fans of Ergodyne. Those folks know how to make safety products that are effective and even cool. (They also write really funny catalog copy, which we like too.) Apparently we’re not the only ones impressed. Three new Ergodyne products are up for New Equipment Digest’s “King Awards” this(…)
I was looking for cooling apparel, and I just came across a product that I think is really cool…no, I mean really cool. It’s called the CoolShirt®, and it’s designed to keep you cool when you’re in a seriously hot environment and heading for heat stroke. It’s a simple idea, really, but simple ideas are(…)
We’ve seen a fair share of workers opt for X on the back safety vests latetly. The X back safety vest isn’t just for Canadians or for railroad worker visibility. It’s being used by everyone, and with good reason. The X pattern lets co-workers and oncoming traffic know when a worker’s back is turned. It’s a quick way(…)
Reflective piping outlines the wearer. Brilliant! Let’s be honest, there’s a whole lot of hi vis gear out there that really isn’t very exciting (shocking, I realize). Standard mass produced ANSI vests and jackets aren’t generally created with cutting edge design or high quality in mind. But M.L. Kishigo apparently doesn’t want to create run(…)