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ANSI 170 vs 207
ANSI Reflective Standard
High-visibility (hi-vis) jackets, shirts, sweatshirts, pants, raingear and more in Class I, Class 2 or Class 3 (ANSI/ISEA 107-2010).

How do I know which one I need?
Class 1 clothing is for areas that are removed from traffic or areas where the traffic speed will never exceed 25 mph.
Class 2 clothing is for areas where the traffic speed will not exceed 50 mph. As a general rule this means roadways that are not highways.
Class 3 clothing is required for highway and freeway work where traffic speeds are going to be above 50 mph.

What is the difference between the differerent classes of garments?
Class 1 hi-vis garments need to have a minimum of 6.46 linear feet of 2" reflective tape or 9.39 linear feet of 1 3.8" reflective tape and at least 217 in2 of high-visibility background material
Class 2 hi-vis garments need to have a minimum of 8.375 linear feet of 2" reflective tape or 12.2 linear feet of 1 3.8" reflective tape and at least 775 in2 of high-visibility background material
Class 3 hi-vis garments need to have a minimum of 12.92 linear feet of 2" reflective tape and at least 1240 in2 of high-visibility background material

Warning: Make sure that the high-visibility garment you are purchasing has a label that states what class garment it is. Without that tag, it is not considered compliant.

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