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Hi Vis Trousers Orange Hi Vis Jogging Bottoms Hi Vis Workwear Hi Vis Clothing
Hi Vis Trousers have been designed to be comfortable, durable, and functional. Make sure you are seen in all lighting conditions ensuring safety in any working environment. If you work on Railways or near highways it will be essential to wear the correct certificated hi-vis garments but increased visibility is useful in a whole host of other applications such as the construction industry, security, warehousing, car parks etc. Hi-visibility safety trousers when combined with a hi vis jacket, create the full body coverage required for working roadside as per UK health & safety laws.
Material/Fabric: 280gsm Anti pill fleece fabric
Rail Specification Hi Visibility Jogging Bottoms / Trousers. Comfortable, warm anti pill fleece jogging bottoms provide temperature relief from cold environments and allows a much more free range of movement compared to standard trousers. Various pockets, some with zips are available to store valuables such as mobile phones and wallets safely without fear of loss.
- 280gsm Anti pill fleece fabric
- Fully elasticated waist, with drawcord
- 2 Hip pockets with zip closure
- Cargo pocket with velcro flap on both legs
- 1 rear patch pocket with velcro flap
- Re-inforced nylon knee patches
- 2 bands retro reflective tape to mid thigh
- Elasticated ankles
- Comfortable to wear allowing maximum movement without restriction
- Garment has a fully elasticated waistband
- Garment conforms to GO/RT 3279
- Garment conforms to EN ISO 20471
- EN ISO 20471 CLASS 1
- GO/RT3279 Issue 8
- Construction Industry
- Car Parks
HI VIS Clothing:
High-visibility clothing, a type of personal protective equipment (PPE), is any clothing worn that has highly reflective properties or a colour that is easily discernible from any background. Yellow waistcoats worn by emergency services are a common example. Occupational wearers of clothing with high-visibility features include railway and highway workers, airport workers, or other places where workers are near moving vehicles or in dark areas. Some cyclists wear high-visibility clothing when riding amongst motor vehicles. Hunters may be required to wear designated high-visibility clothing to prevent accidental shooting.