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Incident Command Vest (PolyCotton)

Item #: 2500 Series

 
All Fifteen Colors in M/XL and 2XL/3XL Sizes "In-Stock" Ready to Ship!
NOTE: Cannot Screen Printed On This Item.
Meet your emergency preparedness needs with a variety of colors so members of your team can be easily recognized.
 
60/40 Poly-Cotton Fabric. Cooler and More Comfortable to Wear than the Competitions Similar 100% Polyester Incident Command Vests.

Even greater discounts for orders of 50 or more. Mixed Colors & Sizes Qualify for Discount. Select the "Get A Quote" button below to submit a quote request for 50 or more.

By Protective Industrial Products (Manuf. Part # 2501/2502/2503/2504/2505/2506/2507/
2508/2509/2510/2511/2512/2513/2514/2515)

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Incident Command Vest (Polyester) - Fluorescent Yellow - Item # 2513

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  • Incident Command Vest (PolyCotton) - Purple - Item # 2501
  • Incident Command Vest (PolyCotton) - Purple - Back - Item # 2501
  • Incident Command Vest (PolyCotton) - Black - Item # 2502
  • Incident Command Vest (PolyCotton) - Dark Blue - Item # 2503
  • Incident Command Vest (PolyCotton) - Royal Blue - Item # 2504
  • Incident Command Vest (PolyCotton) - Kelly Green - Item # 2505
  • Incident Command Vest (PolyCotton) - Tan - Item # 2506
  • Incident Command Vest (PolyCotton) - Orange - Item # 2507
  • Incident Command Vest (PolyCotton) - Red - Item # 2508
  • Incident Command Vest (PolyCotton) - Light Blue - Item # 2509
  • Incident Command Vest (PolyCotton) - Yellow - Item # 2510
  • Incident Command Vest (PolyCotton) - White - Item # 2511
  • Incident Command Vest (Polyester) - Fluorescent Orange - Item # 2512
  • Incident Command Vest (Polyester) - Fluorescent Yellow - Item # 2513
  • Incident Command Vest (PolyCotton) - Forest Green - Item # 2514
  • Incident Command Vest (PolyCotton) - Gray - Item # 2515
  • Incident Command Vest - Inside Pocket View

Value Shopping Guide

Incident command vests are ideal for the types of events that require you to have a team ready to assist patrons with logistical concerns. Whether it's parking attendants or general information assistants, having your team easily identifiable is always a plus. These vests are perfect for “emergency management” personnel when responding to natural disasters, such as hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, and medical/hospital triage operations. These brightly color vests are designed to keep your entire crew visible, safe, and available to help others. Pick from 15 different colors.

Available Colors: Purple, Black, Dark Blue, Royal Blue, Light Blue, Kelly Green, Tan, Orange, Red, Yellow, White, Fluorescent Orange, Fluorescent Yellow, Forest Green, and Gray.

(NOTE: Colors Fluorescent Orange and Fluorescent Lime are 100% Polyester)

  • FEATURES:
    • 60/40 Poly-Cotton fabric
    • Hook & loop front closure 
    • 1" Wide high-intensity reflective stripes
  • POCKETS:
    • Upper right chest pocket with pencil pocket
    • Inside lower right patch pocket
  • 2 Clear Vinyl Pockets for Laminated Titles:
    • Front pocket: 4 1/4"W x 3-1/4"H
    • Back pocket: 11"W x 4-1/4"H

Customer Reviews

You won't go wrong with these Review by Kathy Olson
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We are purchasing this product for the 2nd or 3rd time thru SafetyGearOnline.com. They wear & wash very well (cold water/hang dry).
We ship these vests all over the country and back to use in exercises and couldn't be happier with the quality.
The sales & customer service at SafetyGear are top notch! (Posted on 10/1/12)
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