Radians

ANSI Class II Heavy Woven Engineer Vest

Item #: SV55G/SV55O

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Surveyor Heavy Woven Engineer Vest / Heavy Duty.

ANSI/ISEA 107-2010

Made by Radians Inc. (Manuf. Part # SV55G/SV55O)

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  • SV55G- Back
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  • SV55 ReflectView -Front
  • SV55 -Neck
  • SV55 -iPad Pocket
  • SV55 -Pocket

Value Shopping Guide

Engineers work in a wide range of environments, many of which require a reflective safety vest to be worn. Typically, engineers prefer a safety vest with pockets to hold essential items for a day on the job. That’s why we carry safety vests made by top manufacturers that know the safety requirements inside and out, and also have an acute understanding of how real workers need a reflective safety vest to function in the real world. This class 2 safety vest with pockets from Radians is sure to meet and exceed your exacting standards. Features you’ll appreciate include rugged construction for durability, sturdy pockets, reflective edging, and others.

Available Colors:  Lime and Orange

Surveyor Heavy Woven Engineer Vest / Heavy Duty
  • #5 Zipper Closure.
  • 2" Silver Glass Bead Reflective Tape w/1" Contrasting Stripe.
  • Reflective edges.
  • Padded collar
  • 7 pockets
  • ANSI Class 2 / ANSI/ISEA 107-2010

Radians Inc. (Manuf. Part # SV55G/SV55O)

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