For example, Blaklader hi vis lightweight waterproof jackets have a low weight that makes you very comfortable during a long workday and you won't want to take them off. A hi vis waterproof jacket with hood is extremely handy when your work outside on a rainy day and it also keeps your ears warm. Don't forget Blaklader's hi vis breathable waterproof jacket which fabrics allow sweat in the form of water vapour to escape to the outside, ideal for all hard-working workers.
To suit different work requirements, we offer yellow, red, and orange hi vis waterproof jacket variations for you to choose from.
Generally, a minimum of 5,000mm is good for working in cold with some snow but clear conditions. 5-10,000mm is ideal for those who spend long days out in all weather conditions; while 10-20,000mm is best for those in wetter climates.
• 5,000mm: This is the minimum rating for a jacket to be called rainproof, however, it won’t stand up to much more than a light shower.
• 10,000mm – 15,000mm: Most Blaklader Hi Vis Waterproof Jackets fall into this range. A jacket in this range will withstand most downpours as well as heavy snow, but will soak through over time if subjected to pressure, such as crashing in wet snow, kneeling or sitting down, or a heavy pack.
• 20,000mm and Up: This is the rating you should look for if you plan to be out in all conditions carrying a heavy load.