High-visibility jackets are protective clothing designed to increase the visibility of the wearer in low-light or poor visibility environments. They are typically made of bright fluorescent colors, such as yellow, orange, or green, and feature reflective strips or patches that reflect light from car headlights or other sources.
High-visibility jackets are commonly worn by construction workers, road workers, and emergency responders who work in areas where visibility is reduced, such as highways or construction sites. There are various types of high-visibility jackets available on the market, including bomber jackets, parkas, and raincoats, each with their own unique features and benefits.
Some high-visibility jackets are also designed to be waterproof, windproof, or insulated, providing additional protection and comfort to the wearer. Additionally, some jackets may be designed to meet specific safety standards, such as EN ISO 20471, which sets minimum requirements for high-visibility clothing in Europe.