Home » Tingley offers new hi-vis options for off-road applications
Tingley is proud to announce four new additions to the Job Sight™ line of high visibility apparel.
The reduced visibility option of the Type O Class 1 apparel is the ideal choice for anyone working in environments such as warehouses, mines, and anywhere with minimal exposure to moving equipment or vehicles.
“Not every worker that is exposed to a struck-by hazard is working on or alongside a roadway, and Class 2 or 3 (ANSI/ISEA 107) apparel might be more than required in some environments. The two-tone tape on these Class 1 styles provides appropriate visibility for many while the black background materials extend the life of the garments,” says Meg Bowser, Product Manager for Tingley.
“Tingley is now offering 4 of our most popular styles in a Type O compliant design to meet these needs and protect workers in a greater variety of applications.”
Tingley has added a new shell to the successful SYNC System™, an interactive mix and match jacket builder. The flagship Icon™ brand that headlines this System is now available in a Type O Class 1 jacket with a matching overall style. “Your protection is our priority and for you to be as comfortable in your workwear as possible, we want to give you every opportunity to customize the perfect outerwear system for your environment. Our job is to keep you safe while you do yours,” says Bowser. “We strive to provide our customers with as many options as possible to mix and match shells of different weights and colors with a variety of liners that range from insulated vests to fleeces and soft shells.”
Additional workwear solutions are being offered in the form of an insulated jacket and premium t-shirt. The popular Bomber II™ jacket provides the ideal warmth to weight ratio at an affordable price for cool fall and winter days. For those in warmer climates, a lightweight, snag resistant polyester t-shirt with breathable, flexible Sawtooth™ tape provides a comfortable option that gets the job done.
Tingley’s innovative Job Sight line of high visibility apparel was launched in 2009 and has continuously evolved to stay at the forefront of the industry with new and advanced designs.
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