Workwear
Interesting facts

The discovery of dyed flax fibers in a cave in the Republic of Georgia  textile-like materials were made even in prehistoric times. Incas have been crafting quipus (or khipus) made of fibres either from a protein, such as spun and plied thread like wool or hair from camelids such as alpacas, llamas, and camels or from a cellulose like cotton for thousands of years.
During the 15th century, Textiles were the largest single industry. Before the 15th century textiles were only in a few towns but during, they shifted into districts like East Anglia, and the Cotswolds.

Protection against general pollution

WORKSUIT "MASTER"

Work Jacket:

  • Internal fastener on the buttons
  • Open collar
  • Patches with laps
  • Sleeves with ruffles and elbow – pads
  • Flaps on the panels and back

 

 

Trousers:

  • Fastener on the front seam
  • Patches
  • Knee pads on the parts

 

 

WIND - STOPPER "SPACE"

Wind - stopper:

  • Zipper

 

  • Windproof lap
  • Open collar
  • Detachable hood
  • Volume elbow – pads
  • Ruffles with elastic band inset
  • Front and side patch pockets on the zipper

 

BOILERSUIT "FENIX"

Boilersuit:

  • Button’s fastener
  • Open collar
  • Sleeve gaskets on the buttons
  • Many patches
  • Self – fabric carrier through along the waistline with elastic band
  • Flaps on the panel and back

 

 

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Corporate Clothing and Brand Exposure

The way you look, your appearance will create an impression and in the business world first impressions will count. Corporate clothing is concerned with developing your brand through exposure. Employees with a uniform to wear are seen as spokespeople for your company and the exposure your logo receives will improve the chances of it becoming a recognizable symbol. The corporate clothing choices you make will be a factor that could result in increased brand awareness and promote business growth.