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The Best Women’s Work Overalls for Any Profession

In many industries and professions, a significant difference exists between the number of female and male workers employed in certain roles. Whereas in some sectors the force may be predominantly female, in construction, plumbing and painting, to name but a few, the gender imbalance is stark. Sadly, this means that many women struggle to find […] ... Read More

Cooking Ridiculous! Why Traditional Chefs Hats Grew So Tall

Everyone remembers the Swedish Chef from The Muppet Show right? That broad ginger mustache and overgrown monobrow. That pink, bulbous nose and even pinker bowtie? That ridiculous floppy white hat that always got in the way and obscured his already compromised vision. Well, while the chefs of the world might not have always identified with […] ... Read More

American Made Workwear – An Eco-Alternative

For anyone interested in sustainable workwear that minimizes its impact on the environment and doesn’t employ slave labor in the manufacturing process, then you might be tempted to search out bio-cotton bib overalls and fair-trade coveralls, for example. However, there’s a phrase that keeps popping up in the textiles and clothing industry that might make […] ... Read More

Red Kap vs Dickies – Brand Face-Off

Who doesn’t love a good face-off? And if you’ve kept up with our thrilling clothing comparisons over the years then you’ll already know that there’s plenty of great and worthy challengers out there for the crown of “best workwear brand”. Need high-quality clothing for your job but you don’t want to spend hours searching for […] ... Read More

A Nice Day for a Hi-Viz Wedding – A History of High Visibility Clothing

Heinz Ketchup, wedding dresses, and a dash of magic—welcome to the strange and heartwarming tale of how high visibility clothing came to be. Bob Switzer is a quasi-legendary figure in the world of Hi-Viz, but his wife, Patricia, also plays her part, and his brother too was an integral figure. There’s tragic lows and Day-Glo […] ... Read More

A Brief History of Camouflage Clothing

Ever since Aristotle wrote about how the octopus “seeks its prey by so changing its color as to render it like the color of the stones adjacent to it”, humans have seen the potential of camouflage as a method of concealment. In fact, both the Greeks and the Romans are thought to have camouflaged their […] ... Read More

Painter’s Overalls, Pants or Shorts? Why You Should Care

At a glance, it seems like an easy decision. You have a painting gig. You need painter’s gear, starting with a brush — not covered in this blog —  and some kind of leg coverings. You can’t leave the house without pants (or shorts). It’s just a rule. But what sort of leggings should you […] ... Read More

Walls Clothing; Designed for Real People not Mannequins

You don’t have to tell us. Workwear is great. It’s comfortable, rugged, and usually priced right. What nobody ever saw coming, us included, was workwear turning into some kind of fashion statement. Really. Sure, hard-working Americans have always known that workwear does the job better and for less money than its fashion industry counterparts do […] ... Read More

Union Line; 100% American Made Workwear Since 1907

What’s obvious to those of who’ve spent decades in this business — putting quality workwear on hardworking Americans — but may not be so obvious to consumers is… Wait for it… … The manufacturing of products for the workwear industry has largely moved overseas. There. We said it. No taking it back now. Oh, brands […] ... Read More

Why Operators Would Happily Pay More for Edwards Garments

Sure, folks wouldn’t mind paying more for Edwards, but that doesn’t mean they actually do. The workwear brand known simply as Edwards has been around longer than most folks realize. This is part of the Edwards allure, but it’s also about the superior quality they’ve been delivering all these years. The two are inseparable facts […] ... Read More

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