Black Bottom Mesh Pants - Orange & Lime

Model# KS311

Class E mesh safety pants offer the best in breathability and visibility with an adjustable waist and cargo pocket.

Safety work pants in cooling mesh with black bottom contrast, sizes S-4X, choice of Hi-Viz orange or lime.

TypeSafety Pants
ANSI RatingANSI Class E
Pockets3 Pockets
Closure TypeHook & Loop
Reflective Material2" wide
Bottom ColorBlack
AdjustableElastic bottom
CompliantClass E
BottomElastic Cuff W/ Zip
MaterialUltra-Cool™ 100% Polyester Mesh
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Black Bottom Mesh Safety Pants

Full-length Class E pants by Kishigo are ideal for road construction, rescue operations, utility work, and much more. No matter how heavy-duty the job is, patented Ultra-Cool polyester mesh material improves airflow, so your Hi-Viz workwear is safe, never stifling.



Cooling Mesh for All-Day Comfort, Reflective Detail for All-Night Visibility

Pair these high-visibility pants with a Class 2 vest or shirt to make an OSHA-approved Class 3 safety ensemble. Plus, with elastic detail at the back and bottom cuffs, you get a secure yet comfortable fit.



Perfectly designed for safety and practicality



Brilliant Series reflective
detail that improves visibility



Heavy-duty side cargo
pocket, dual side slits for
easy pocket access



Elastic bottom cuffs with
zipper 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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