Safety Rain Gear
High visibility rain jackets, rain gear, rain jackets, suits, and safety rain coats for high performance companies and workers. Selecting breathable rain gear and pants for wet and rainy conditions is critical.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do Your Safety Rain Jackets and Safety Rain Gear Meet ANSI Standards?
Can Your Hi-Vis Work Jackets And Coats Handle Harsh Weather Conditions?
Safety Raingear and Jacket Features and Benefits
- Waterproof jackets can handle torrential rain.
- Wind resistance adds protection against biting winds, keeping you warm.
- Insulated jackets keep you warm during cold days and nights.
- Breathability keeps you comfortable, even with robust protection.
- Durability: Our materials are strong and resistant to tearing and abrasion, making it perfect for any job site.
How Best To Layer High Visibility Clothing For Rain Weather Conditions?
Rain Coat and Jacket Layering for Cold and Rainy ConditionsCoat and jacket layering, in particular, is essential when facing rainy weather. Let’s delve into the best practices for layering in cold weather, encompassing base work shirts, safety vests, bomber jackets, parkas, and more:
Base Layer: The base layer should be made of moisture-wicking fabrics, sitting closest to the skin. These fabrics remove sweat from the skin, keeping the body dry and regulating temperature. Avoid fabrics like cotton, which absorb sweat and become heavy. Terms such as "thermal-lined" and "breathable" will guide you to the best moisture-wicking hi vis rain gear, including pants and tops.
Middle Layer : This insulating layer aims to trap and retain body heat. Wool and fleece sweatshirts and jackets are excellent insulators. Fleece keeps workers warm and dries rapidly if damp. Down and synthetic insulated jackets add more weight to this layer but will require an outer shell, like a parka jacket or raincoat, to protect against wind and rain.
Outer Layer: The outer layer, or shell, shields the body from various weather conditions. This should be wind, rain, and snow-resistant. Waterproof and water-resistant rainwear are essential. Safety rain jackets and parkas should have an ANSI class compliance label to ensure maximum safety for keeping employees visible. Understanding layering in cold weather is pivotal for workers to stay safe, comfortable, and efficient on the job. At Reflective Apparel, our 3-in-1 Systems Gear is ingeniously designed with interchangeable parkas, jackets, and sweatshirts. Knowledge of the function of each layer ensures that workers can make informed decisions in different situations.
Are Your High Visibility Safety Rain Jackets Insulated And Water-Resistant?
Are Your High Visibility Safety Rain Pants Adjustable?
Do Your Rain Suits and Pants Get Hot?
What Features Do Your High Visibility Rain Gear, Pants, and High Visibility Jackets Have?
- Waterproof: Ensures maximum protection against rain.
- Lightweight: Provides comfort without adding unnecessary weight.
- Sealed Seams: Prevents water infiltration.
- Zippers: For easy wear and removal.
- Metal Snap Closure: Provides a secure fit.
- Vented Back for Increased Breathability: Ensures the gear remains breathable.
- Adjustable Sculpted Hood with Extended Bill and Contoured Vented Sides: Customizable for optimal fit and protection.
- 3M Reflective Material: Enhances visibility in low-light conditions with its reflective tape.
- 2 Slash Pockets at the Waist: Convenient storage options.
- Cell Phone Pocket: For easy access to phones.
- Pants have elastic waistband with drawstring: Ensures a comfortable fit.
- Multiple Pockets: For additional storage.
- Parka Style Jackets: Offers more coverage.
- Detachable Hoods: Provides versatility in styles and options.