Workrite listened to customers’ needs by teaming up with Westex and 3M to develop their 578 Series insulated fire-resistant workwear – a Thinsulate Platinum fire-resistant insulated line of outerwear that is 44% warmer that the standard insulated workwear. It will stand up to the elements with its durable modacrylic quilting systems that endure even industrial launderings. The oversized hoods on the flame-resistant insulated duck hoodies will accommodate a standard hard hat, but this is insulated off-work, workwear clothing, too, that’s perfectly suited for building a fire or running to the store on a frigid winter day.
When you know you’re on the jobsite wrapped in 3M Thinsulate, fire-resistant clothing, it can put a smile on your face on a gray, snowy day. Wearing Workrite’s FR 588 Series fire-resistant bib coveralls underneath the new 526 Series Navy Duck insulated Field Coat will not only help keep the wind at bay, it will keep you nice and toasty warm, too. The Workrite insulated FR bibs are made with adjustable straps for a snug fit and a comfortable assurance from the weather. The new Navy Duck Field Coat has a stand-up collar that conceals snaps for an optional hood. Two chest pockets with unseen snap closures can hold whatever gear you need for the outdoor, cold-weather tasks at hand – whether they are for personal or on the jobsite wear. And there’s even a one-year guarantee on these quality insulated FR garments from normal wear. For more Workrite, fire-resistant or insulated workwear remember to stop by WorkingPerson.com. Keep an eye out for more Workrite insulated FR products as they will become available in 2013.