We carry safety vests that are suitable for day and night environments that
require ANSI high visibility clothing
Our reflective vests reflect the safety priority required in construction sites, airports,
emergency response situations, law enforcement operations, utility crews
operations, survey crews, railroad workers – anywhere workers are
exposed to traffic and need the high visibility protection of a reflective
We've got yellow, green and orange safety vests, as well as hi-vis safety vests. For information regarding
custom logo design, visit our Custom Logo Safety Vests section.
If you are looking for High Visibility Jackets,,
we have a complete selection of Hi-Viz Jackets at prices that cannot be beat.
Common Safety Vest Selection Criteria
Safety vests selection can be aided by our Safety Vest Selection Guide.
Typical selection criteria are:
- Color (yellow, orange, lime green)
- Material (solid, mesh, flame retardant or flame resistant)
- Class (Non-ANSI, ANSI Class 2, ANSI Class 3, Pubic Safety ANSI 207-2006)
- Closure (Velcro, zipper)
- Reflective property
- Number of Pockets
- Safety Vest & Safety Clothing Prices
What do ANSI ratings mean?
These vests must be brightly colored and have retro-reflective materials at least 25mm in width. ANSI Class 1 clothing is required when working near traffic traveling less than 25mph. Some occupations that typically require Class 1 clothing are parking garage attendant, shopping cart retriever, and valet.
These reflective safety vests must be brightly colored and have retro-reflective materials at least 35mm in width. ANSI Class 2 vests are for people who work near traffic that exceeds 25 mph, such as crossing guards, airport ground crews, and railway workers.
ANSI Class 3 vests have the most conspicuity, with bright colors, sleeves, and must have retro-reflective material at least 35mm in width and extends from the shoulder to the elbow. Class 3 vests are approved for use near traffic that exceeds 50mph.
For more information on ANSI ratings, check out these articles at our Resource Center and our Safety Store blog.