Elbeco Shield HiVis Soft Shell Jacket

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The Shield HiVis Soft Shell jacket is a lightweight soft shell which is windproof, waterproof, and breathable, designed to keep you dry, warm, agile, and protected during a long day or night. Can be worn as a stand-alone outer garment or as a mid-layer liner combined with our Shield Duty of Hi-Vis shells for 3-in-1 jacket system. Hi-Visibility yellow soft shell with 3M patterned reflective striping is ANSI 107-2010 Class 2 Level 2 compliant for protection in night time or low light conditions.


      • "Quick Release" side zipper vents with stability tab and adjustable snaps
      • Low profile utility shoulder straps
      • No-pill fleece-lined body and collar
      • Tricot-lined sleeves for easy removal
      • Can be used as a zip-in liner with Shield Duty or HiVis shells
      • Black color blocking on upper and lower portions
      • Accepts embroidery and silkscreening
      • Two-way full length nylon zipper with abrasion resistant chin protector
      • Adjustable cuffs with hook and loop closure
      • 6 functional pocket storage options
      • Large lower fleece lined hand warmer pockets with zipper closure; dual large access openings
      • Dual internal Concealed-Carry utility chest pockets with zipper closures
      • Heated sealed 3M patterned hi-vis reflective striping
      • Care: Machine washable


      • Brand: Shield
      • Gender: Ladies Choice, Men, Unisex
      • Fabric: 2-way stretch woven 96% polyester / 4% spandex exterior with fleece interior and windproof, waterproof, breathable hydrotech membrane | Weight: 7.6 Oz / Sq. yard
      • Color: HiVis
      • Feature-Outerwear: 3-in-1 System, HiVis, Soft Shell, Windproof/Waterproof
      • Technology: 3-in-1 System, Hydrotech

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.