Reflect-A-Gard Hi-Vis Vests

Safety products

Saf-T-Gard International Inc. has expanded its Reflect-A-Gard High Visibility Clothing line with two additional styles. The RG-4000 is a Class 3 lime/yellow mesh vest/shirt with short sleeves, one inner pocket and two horizontal, two vertical, two sleeve reflective stripes. The RG-2005 is a Class 2 lime/yellow mesh five-point breakaway vest with one inner pocket and two horizontal/two vertical reflective stripe. Both new styles are compliant with ANSI/ISEA 107-2010 in their respective class. 

The two new styles join other popular Reflect-A-Gard styles such as the RG-8000 Class 3 bomber jacket and the RG-3000 Class 2 tri-color hi-visibility safety vests. Saf-T-Gard partners with other leading global manufacturers, such as Tingley and the Job Sight product line, for flame resistant and arc-rated high visibility clothing.

The Reflect-A-Gard hi-visibility line of products was introduced by Saf-T-Gard in 2006 as an expansion to Saf-T-Gard’s line of GARD-branded products. These include, among others, Visi-Gard Safety eyewear, Prim-Gard premium leather work gloves (sewn with Kevlar) and Voltgard electrical safety products. 

For more information about Saf-T-Gard International or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.

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