3-Pocket Zipper Mesh Safety Vest

Model# KS108

Kishigo’s Ultra-Cool technology and a sturdy front zipper make this your most durable, comfortable safety vest.
TypeSafety Vests
ANSI RatingType R Class 2
CompliantClass 2
Pockets3 Pockets
Closure TypeZipper
Reflective Material2" wide
MaterialUltra-Cool™ 100% Polyester Mesh
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3-Pocket Zipper Mesh Safety Vest

Level up with a Class 2 safety vest that’s anything but temporary. Quality poly-mesh material, a zipper closure, and space for tools and communication devices make this vest an on-the-job must-have.



Traditional-Looking Safety Wear with Modern Technology


Brilliant Trim reflective edging improves low light visibility

 2” wide reflective material for high-performance

Left chest mic tab & left chest radio pocket for convenient access

Inside lower left patch pocket for tools

Inside right chest 2-tier, 4-division pencil pocket

ANSI 107 Type R

Class 2 Compliant



Class 2 Safety Vest with Easy-Access Pockets

Never miss a beat with a reflective safety vest that supports your role. The 3-Pocket Zip Mesh vest remains economical while offering important details that help meet job demands.

Includes inner pockets for tools and identification as well as a mic tab and radio pocket. Durable zip front and Kishigo-quality mesh are suitable for continuous use all day, every day.



3-Pocket Mesh Safety Vest Applications

Class 2 safety vests are designated for jobs performed in low-light conditions and/or near traffic exceeding 25 mph. Add Class E pants from SONCO to create a Class 3 safety outfit.





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