SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back

The Class 2 Surveyor's Vest with Mesh Back is ANSI/ISEA 107-2004 Class 2 Compliant.

Features

  • Cool and comfortable mesh back
  • Special compartments for field notebooks, pencils, and inside pockets
  • Exterior radio mic clip
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SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back 24823 Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent orange, S
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SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back 24824 Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent orange, M
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SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back 24825 Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent orange, L
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SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back 24826 Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent orange, XL
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SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back 24827 Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent orange, XXL
$95.00
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SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back 24833 Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent lime yellow, S
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SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back 24834 Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent lime yellow, M
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SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back 24835 Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent lime yellow, L
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SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back 24836 Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent lime yellow, XL
$91.00
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SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back 24837 Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent lime yellow, XXL
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SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back
24823
Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent orange, S
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$91.00
SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back
24824
Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent orange, M
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$91.00
SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back
24825
Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent orange, L
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$91.00
SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back
24826
Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent orange, XL
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$91.00
SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back
24827
Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent orange, XXL
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$95.00
SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back
24833
Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent lime yellow, S
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$91.00
SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back
24834
Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent lime yellow, M
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$91.00
SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back
24835
Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent lime yellow, L
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$91.00
SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back
24836
Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent lime yellow, XL
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$91.00
SECO Class 2 Surveyor's Vests with Mesh Back
24837
Class 2 surveyor's vest with mesh back, fluorescent lime yellow, XXL
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$95.00

The Class 2 Surveyor's Vest with Mesh Back is made of 100% polyester with special compartments and inside pockets to fit all of the necessary tools, plus an additional exterior radio mic clip.

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Questions & Answers
Is there such a thing as a surveyor’s vest that is not ‘Hi Vis’? I’m looking for a simple lightweight vest to run around in the woods of east TN – no traffic, no hunting, and be able to carry a clipboard and some other stuff without glowing.

All of the surveyor vests that we carry are designed to be visible, whether it is the color (safety yellow or orange) or with reflective strips. Some, like our class 2 and 3 ANSI mesh vests may offer the visibility needed for safety without glowing: http://www.fondriest.com/class-2-ansi-mesh-vests-2.htm or http://www.fondriest.com/class-3-ansi-classic-mesh-surveryor-vest.htm . These are also available in yellow or two-tone.

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