Black Bottom Rainwear Safety Pants - Orange & Lime

Model# KSRWP10-2

Full-length waterproof safety pants with black bottom cuffs have reflective material, cargo pockets, and a drawstring waist.

Waterproof Class E safety pants with drawstring waist in orange or lime w/ reflective trim and cargo packets.

ANSI RatingANSI Class E
Pockets2 Pockets
Closure TypeDrawstring
Bottom ColorBlack
AdjustableAdjustable leg
MaterialWaterproof material with seam sealed construction
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Waterproof Black Bottom Safety Pants

Sleet, rain, and snow require a water-resistant top layer that still offers enough visibility to keep you in compliance. These waterproof drawstring Class E pants also have the right
adjustability features for a fit that keeps moisture out while maintaining a degree of breathability.

Kishigo Premium Black Series rainwear pants can be paired
with a Class 2 tee, vest, or jacket to make a Class 3 safety



Stay Dry & Safe Within Sight

Durable waterproof material, plenty of Hi-Viz detail, and big, rugged pockets for your essentials.


Safety, Visibility and Versatility


Wide reflective strips
circle lower legs for
high visibility



Adjustable with
drawstring waist and
leg cuff straps for fit
and comfort



Two large, heavy-duty gusseted cargo pockets for multiuse



Zippers at cuffs for
easy boot access


ANSI 107 Class E




Black-bottom safety pants are ideal for applications where you must tread through dust or mud. It keeps cuffs looking cleaner and more professional.






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