OCCLUXPSF-2XL

OccuNomix Reflective Fire Safety Vests

OccuNomix Reflective Fire Safety Vests

Description

The OccuNomix Reflective Fire Safety Vest meets the new ANSI/ISEA 207-2006: American National Standard for High-Visibility Public Safety Vests.

Features

  • Five-point breakaway design
  • Radio chest pocket with flap closure
  • Clear badge chest pocket with closure
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$28.79
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$17.99
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The OccuNomix Reflective Fire Safety Vest meets the new ANSI safety vests standards. The five-point breakaway prevents entanglements,and the vest has an easy on/off with hook and loop front closure, and fully adjustable sides. Additional features include mic tab, clear badge chest pocket with closure, and radio chest pocket with flap closure.

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  • (1) Vest
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
OccuNomix Reflective Fire Safety Vests OCCLUXPSF-2XL Reflective fire safety vest, 2XL
$17.99
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