The details that make it
It may not notice the first days – not the first few weeks either. However, when choosing a work jacket with, for example, armrests, adjustable hood and waist length that keeps the back end always protected from weather and wind, it will pay off. Without these details, it is easy to get cold on exposed parts of the body and over time it can increase the risk of having a cold or a sore throat. Instead, choosing quality from the start is an investment that pays off both from a health perspective and through a sick day. If you have well-designed work clothes that you like, it’s also easier to do a good job.
Good working clothes have longer durability and meet the long-term visibility requirements. An example is L.Brador’s stretch pants 117PB. The fabric’s special construction, combined with oil and water repellent properties, makes dirt and liquid stay on top of the fabric instead of sticking to it. This makes the pants easy to keep clean and can be used for a significantly longer period without having to be replaced.