Enhanced Visibility Multi-Pocket Mesh Vest

Model# KSB100

The multi-pocket mesh safety vest makes team leads and authority figures easy to spot on large projects.

Non-ANSI contrast mesh safety vest for staff identification.

TypeSafety Vests
Pockets6 Pockets
Closure TypeZipper
Reflective Material2" wide
MaterialUltra-Cool™ 100% Polyester Mesh
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Multi-Pocket Mesh Safety Vest

Whether for safety or authority, visibility on the job site matters. The multi-pocket mesh safety vest is constructed of durable poly-mesh with generous space for mics, radio, ID, and more. A must for hectic work areas where the chain of command isn’t always easy to see.



Quality Safety Clothing


Zipper front closure
reinforced with durable

2” wide high-performance reflective
material with 3” high visibility
contrasting lime

Two lower outside cargo pockets with
adjustable flaps and grommets for
flagging tape

 Left chest radio and clear
ID pocket with flap

Right chest 2-tier pencil pocket

Two inside patch





The Safety Vest with Room for Everything

Go ahead, get your hands dirty. This safety vest is durable enough to meet your job’s demands with a reinforced zipper closure and genuine Kishigo-quality poly-mesh.

Inner pockets keep documentation close while outer pockets, including a radio pocket and two lower cargo pockets, accommodate communication equipment, tools, and ID.



Part of the Enhanced Visibility Line

Kishigo is well-known for class-compliant workwear that meets tough standards. The Enhanced Visibility line is non-ANSI compliant gear for organizations that still need heightened visibility for operational purposes.





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