M.L. Kishigo

Economy 6-Pocket ANSI Mesh Vest

Item #: 1191-Lime/1192-Orange

An economical ANSI Class II safety vest with 6 polyester pockets.
 
Class II ANSI/ISEA 107-2010
Made by M.L. Kishigo (Manuf. Part # 1191/1192)

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MLK 1191 - ANSI Class 2 - Economy 6-Pocket ANSI Mesh Vest - Lime - Front

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  • MLK 1191 - ANSI Class 2 - Economy 6-Pocket ANSI Mesh Vest - Lime - Front
  • MLK 1191 - ANSI Class 2 - Economy 6-Pocket ANSI Mesh Vest - Lime - Back
  • MLK 1192 - ANSI Class 2 - Economy 6-Pocket ANSI Mesh Vest - Orange - Front
  • MLK 1192 - ANSI Class 2 - Economy 6-Pocket ANSI Mesh Vest - Orange - Back

Value Shopping Guide

An economical ANSI Class II safety vest with 6 polyester pockets.

  • Mesh material with solid polyester pockets
  • Zipper front closure
  • 2” silver reflective material
  • POCKETS:
    • Two lower outside patch pockets with flaps
    • Right chest 2-division pocket
    • Left chest 4-division pocket
    • Two inside patch pockets
  • Class II ANSI/ISEA 107-2010
  • M.L. Kishigo (Manuf. Part # 1191/1192)

Customer Reviews

Pretty Darn Good Review by Plasticplant
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I just received this vest yesterday, so I can't really rate the quality in terms of durability, but it does look well made. For the price (shipping was almost as much as the vest), the looks are right and is perfect for what I ordered it for. Oh, and just in case you’re curious, the length of this vest is 27" (L/XL), perfect if you're a bit longer in the torso. I’ve already had people asking where I got it! (Posted on 7/21/11)
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