ANSI/ISEA Class 3 Safety Utility Vests 8368 Class 3 SUV This SECO vest meets the standards for the ANSI/ISEA 107-2010 Class 3 specifications. It’s specifically designed for high-speed traffic areas and/or where workers need to be as conspicuous as possible. It features 2-inch-wide retroreflective tape on the fluorescent body and sleeves. The pocket layout is the same as the 8068 SUV. Other features include convenient pockets with flaps (including the map pocket) for items like pens and pencils, notebooks, a radio and flagging tape. The durable fluorescent fabric is constructed of 100% texturized polyester for softness, comfort, superior strength, and abrasion resistance. Four sturdy snaps keep the vest closed.
8374 Class 3 Mesh SUV This SECO mesh vest meets the standard for the ANSI/ISEA 107-2010 Class 3 specifications.
This model is available in fluorescent orange and fluorescent yellow, in sizes from XS to J and is machine-washable.
It features 2-inch wide retroreflective tape on the fluorescent body and sleeves. Its comfortable, relaxed fit is due, in part, to the large neck opening, four high-quality snaps, and the new 70D mesh polyester material. As with many SECO vests, this one features a radio mic clip, pockets and pen/pencil slots. It also sports ‘hand-warmer’ pockets, 5 and 6.5-inch deep outer pockets! This model is available in fluorescent orange and fluorescent yellow, in sizes from XS to J and is machine-washable.
Fitting a SECO Safety Vest Measure around the fullest part of your chest. Allow room for your work shirt and/or jacket under the vest when measuring — an inch or two is recommended. Chest Size:
36 to 38 inch
40 to 42 inch
44 to 46 inch
48 to 50 inch
52 to 54 inch
56 to 58 inch
60 to 62 inch
64 to 66 inch
Vest part number specifics
Example: If you are looking to purchase an 8374 Series vest in size ‘Large’ in ‘fluorescent orange’ material, then the correct part number is 837450*-FOR**. *The chest size uses the higher number in the size range (50). **The color is specified by using FOR for fluorescent orange or FLY for fluorescent yellow.
Published on Feb 3, 2012