Ventilated Beekeepers Jacket with Fencing Style Veil – Read Me!


Ventilated Jacket with Fencing Veil

SKU: PPE-VBJ--FV-1 Category:


The December 6-30, 2019 special is buy an instock jacket and get an instock glove free. After adding chosen size to cart and proceeding to the checkout…at the billing detail screen in the order notes box indicate which one size glove you want.

At Capital Bee Supply we strive to bring beekeepers the best protection available. Our ventilated beekeeper’s jacket utilizes a dual zipper system at the neck, allowing the beekeeper to free their head when protection from stings is not needed. The jacket and veil hood is made with a three layer open mesh fabric that keeps you cooler while maintaining protection since the layering method limits the chance of bees stinging through the suit. The waist and wrist areas have elastic sewn in to keep bees from getting accessing the inside of your jacket. The screen is a synthetic vinyl coated mesh that is puncture, tear and UV resistant.  Lastly, our jackets have three front pockets. Metal zippers are used in sizes under 3XL. In the larger sizes, 3XL and up, the zippers are nylon and the jacket collar is slightly different.

Available in XXSmall, XSmall, Small, Medium, Large, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL, 6XL and 7XL. Refer to our detailed sizing chart to choose the correct size for you. For the larger sizes (4XL and up) please call for assistance in selecting the correct size. NOTE: The smaller sizes (2XS, XS, S) maybe great for children and young adults!

Sizing Chart for Jackets


Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 14 x 12.5 x 2.4 in
Ventilated Beekeepers Jacket

2XS (see chart), XS (see chart), S (see chart), M (see chart), L (see chart), XL (see chart), 2XL (see chart), 3XL (see chart), 4XL (call for info), 5XL (call for info), 6XL (call for info), 7XL (call for info)

Latest News

2020 Beekeeping Classes & Seminars Posted on 11/18/2019
2019 Beekeeping Classes/Seminars Posted on 01/18/2019
2019 Package Bee & Nuc Information Posted on 01/18/2019



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