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More information about high visibility jackets

Work jackets, softshell jackets, pilot jackets - there is nothing like jackets. But a very special kind is the high-visibility jacket. Nowadays, it is impossible to imagine many professions without them. But what exactly is so necessary about these jackets? Quite simply. They stand out from conventional jackets in terms of color, and that's a good thing! Because in road construction or track construction, it is especially important to wear signaling warning colors. In poor visibility or heavy traffic, you can easily overlook someone who is dressed in black. So but not with jackets of the warning colors yellow, orange or even red. The reflectors on the clothing are also still an addition to prevent you from not being seen. In addition, the jackets are classified in different classes, which notes the respective visibility of these. This is based on the size of the visible area, so class 3 is the highest level and class 1 is the lowest, with these according to the different professions of need. For example, the 4808 Gore-Tex® jacket High Vis from Blakläder is one of the most sold high-visibility jackets. It is made of 100% polyester and contains 2-layer Gore-Tex® material, which makes the jacket wind and water resistant. Another good example is also the SA22050 bomber jacket from Dickies. It is also water resistant due to the PU coating . To get through the work well even on somewhat colder days, the jacket is extra still lined with polyester. In the usual colors like yellow and orange this jacket is always available at Dickies for a good price. However, Mascot has brought a new color to the range, namely high-visibility red. Bright red is preferably used in professions such as the Red Cross or rescue services. In Germany, for example, more Warnschutzgelb is used in track construction. In road construction, on the other hand, warning orange is more commonly used, but the choice of color is not regulated by law and can be chosen by everyone. High-visibility jackets are therefore simply mandatory in some professions to protect against external hazards. In addition, matching pants or shorts in bright warning yellow, makes the whole outfit literally radiant and ensures protection in any place. So it's better to play it safe and put on high-visibility clothing! And they will shine!