High Performance Surveyors Vest

Model# KSS501

The High-Performance Surveyor’s Safety Jacket has all the right features for the job with poly mesh material and pockets, padded neck and mic tabs.

Class 3 Hi-Viz safety vest made of 100% polyester mesh.

TypeSafety Vests
ANSI RatingType R Class 3
Pockets7 Pockets
Closure TypeZipper
Reflective Material2" wide
Material100% Polyester Mesh
Device PocketTablet/iPad
Sleeve LengthShort Sleeve
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High Performance Surveyors Safety Vest

Get the visibility and comfort of a quality safety vest with plenty of space for the tools of the trade. Kishigo’s High Performance Surveyors Vest features plenty of slots, pockets, and
compartments for essential implements with wide reflective tape that can’t be missed.



Ultra-Cool, High-Visibility, High-Contrast Workwear 



Patented Ultra-Cool technology
maintains great airflow for comfort


Black contrast striping makes
reflective areas pop


Durable webbing reinforcement
down front of zipper for wear


Padded neck adds comfort when
vest is weighed down with tools


ANSI 107 Type R


Class 3 Compliant



Compliant Safety Clothing for High-Risk Applications

Surveyors frequently find themselves in areas where planes, trains, and automobiles are
traveling at high speeds. This makes a Class 3 safety vest an absolute must.

Kishigo’s surveyor’s vest combines compliance and performance to create compulsory PPE tailored to your profession.



PRO TIP: Safety Wear for Surveyors & More

In an industry with the potential for high-risk conditions and the need for on-site documentation? Kishigo designed this vest specifically for you.





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