Safety clothing: ANSI-compliant, Hi-Vis T-Shirts and Sweatshirts from Ergodyne

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St. Paul, MN – Protective clothing: Ergodyne has announced the expansion of its GloWear® Hi-Visibility (Hi-Vis) Shirts Series to include seven new garments and a design update on two existing models. Available September 2013, the new and refreshed hi-vis products provide comfort, compliance, and visibility in a single garment (eliminating the need for a hi-vis vest) and are designed to withstand the elements.

"ANSI 107-compliance is becoming mandatory in more and more places, and workers are looking for compliant single-garment solutions that also meet their needs for climate and comfort," said Andy Olson, senior product manager, Ergodyne."Our new and improved GloWear® shirts offer workers choices of different performance classes, styles, and configurations to deliver on these very wants and needs."

Ideal for workers needing ANSI-compliant hi-visibility clothing, the new GloWear® Hi-Visibility Series additions will be available September 2013 by all authorized US distributors.

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