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Reversible Hi-Visibility Uniform Jacket

Reversible Hi-Visibility Uniform Jacket

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Reversible Hi-Visibility Uniform Jacket

Rain or shine, make sure your seen on the job with this great hi vis reversible jacket. This waterproof hi-visibility uniform jacket is made with a taslon nylon shell that is both waterproof and breathable. Sealed seams keep the water out and keep this rain coat durable. For professional use this coat is neon yellow with reflective silver tape that makes you easy to see in fog, dust, and darkness. Both sides feature a badge tab and epaulets. Not on the clock? Simply reverse this hi-vis jacket to black and use it for casual wear. Great for police, security, or construction. No matter what job you have in front you, be prepared with this hi-vis uniform jacket. Order this jacket online today!

Hi-Vis Rain Coats Features:

  • ANSI class 3 rated
  • 320d taslon nylon shell
  • Breathable and waterproof
  • Badge tab on both sides
  • Hi-visibility yellow reverses to black
  • Side zipper for accessing inside pocket
  • Hi-visibility reflective tape
  • Seam sealed construction
  • YKK zipper
  • Side arm access snap closure
  • Elastic waistband and cuffs
  • Epaulets on black side
  • Large pockets on black side
  • Small - 3XL

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