Hi-Viz orange Open Road® 150D waterproof raincoat with silver retroreflective stripes. This coat meets the CSA Z96-15, Class 2, Level 2 standard requirements if worn alone, and Class 3 standard requirements if worn with matching high-visibility waterproof safety pants (see item VP216).
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Open Road waterproof coat, size Small
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Open Road waterproof coat, size 3XL
This coat is available in many sizes from small (S) to five extra large (5XL). Select your size in the drop-down menu above.
Viking™ Product Code: 6323JO
Need pants as well? See item VP216 under “Accessories” at the bottom of the page. You’d rather have hi-viz yellow? No problem! Simply contact our customer service, we have solutions that fit everyone!
This 150-denier Trilobal® polyester safety wear has been lined with polyurethane (PU) to provide water-resistance. The manufacturer grants this product a waterproof rating of 5,000 mm, i.e. it can withstand the pressure of a 5 m water column. A waterproof rating is granted when a material has been tested under the pressure of a cylinder filled with water, in this case, 5 m high of water. This height defines the limit at which the material stops being resistant and water starts passing through.
All seams have been taped and heat-sealed. This lightweight and
Reflective stripes and visibility:
This water-resistant coat has been provided with silver retroreflective stripes, each one measuring 50 mm (2 in.) in width. This raincoat has two front vertical stripes, back X-shaped stripes, one horizontal stripe around the waist, and one stripe around each arm.
Fluorescent orange is quite visible during daylight and in bright artificial lighting conditions. In most cases, it ensures a high contrast with most backgrounds. However, bright orange is less visible at night and in poor lighting conditions, be it natural or artificial, e.g. at dawn or dusk.
Silver retroreflective stripes are the most visible there is in poor lighting conditions, be it natural or
This raincoat features a full front zipper with plastic teeth fully protected by a hook and loop flap. Both sleeves are also equipped with hooks and loops plackets to adjust their opening. The wide style of this coat allows one to easily wear warm clothes underneath while still allowing a good airflow. To ensure breathability, four flaps protected openings were designed on the front and back, and two sealed large pockets were added at the front. The snap-off hood has an elastic drawstring for better
This PU lined Trilobal® polyester raincoat is said to be manufactured with a 150-deniers yarn; in layman’s terms, it is lightweight but offers an effective protection, thanks to Viking™ patented weaving. By definition, 150 deniers refer to the weight in grams of 9,000 m of the yarn used to make this coat, that is, 150 deniers equal 150 g. The manufacturer, Viking®, is unable to provide the polyurethane liner’s thickness. However, he ensures that Trilobal® polyester offers a good resistance to wear and tear.
Regarding the term Trilobal®, it refers to the type of woven fabric. It strongly resembles the oxford cloth which is widely used in the industry, namely the apparel industry. Trilobal® weaving is said to be four times more resilient than the
Polyurethane-lined waterproof safety wear is usually worn by workers who may be exposed to remote risks of chemical splashes. PU is lightweight and porous; it’s thus ideal to manufacture light and breathable workwear. Yet, during heavy rains and windstorms, PU tends to get waterlogged and lose all its water-resistant property. Once overloaded, polyurethane lets water leach into the raincoat under any pressure, e.g. by leaning on something or bending over.
This raincoat should always be machine-washed in a delicate setting with cold or lukewarm water, and a gentle soap. Never use bleaching agents or fabric softeners on this coat. It should also be air-dried in a sheltered spot out of direct sunlight. Never tumble dry, iron or dry clean this raincoat.
|Type of product
|Sub sub category
|Rainwear & rain gear
|Name of the product
|High visibility waterproof coat
|Series of products
|Open Road® 150D
|Meets CSA Z96-15, Class 2, Level 2
|Country of origin
|Fineness of the knitting
|No Flame resistant
|Choice of format
|Size small (S) to 5 extra-large (5XL) available
|Reusable with prior hygienic measurement
|With alternating silver retroreflective and fluorescent orange stripes (50 mm / 2" wide). 2 vertical stripes on the front, 2 crossed X stripes on the back, 1 horizontal stripe on the waist and 1 stripe around the wrists
|Equipped with four large ventilation openings protected by flaps and two large pockets with flap closure
|All seams are taped and heat sealed
|Precision on the color of the material and their visibilities
|Fluorescent orange is very visible during the day and in conditions with a lot of artificial light. In most situations, it also provides high contrast with the background.
|The manufacturer grants this product a waterproof rating of 5000 mm. All seams have been taped and heat-sealed
|Closes with a plastic toothed zipper protected by a storm flap that closes with a hook-and-loop closure
|A detachable hood that adjusts with an elastic cord. It can be easily removed and put back on thanks to the snaps on the collar of the coat
|Polyester woven according to the Trilobal (Mc) template
|Machine wash with mild soap and hang to dry out of the sun. DO NOT PUT IN THE DRYER.
|Dimensions of the product
|The dimensions of the product depend on the size selected by the customer.
|12 in / 30.48 cm
|6 in / 15.24 cm
|6 in / 15.2 cm
|2 lb / 0.9 Kg
|No returnable if used. For more information about our return policy, please refer to the "Orders and Returns" link on the home page