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Winter Safety Gear: Portwest Contrast Thermal Lined Coveralls

portwest contrast ansi class 3 thermal lined coverallsWorking outdoors during the winter can get pretty sloppy. Between the rain and snow, wet working conditions and general messiness that winter brings, it's a real relief to have a nice pair of coveralls that can keep you warm and dry out there. The Portwest Hi-Vis Contrast Thermal Coveralls are designed to do exactly that, making it easier to focus on your work.
It all starts with a solid and durable fabric, in this case, a very rugged 300-Denier polyester oxford material. The 300-denier fabric is an especially strong weave made to resist tears, rips and snags. This gives the coveralls a longer lifespan and reduces the chances of minor injuries (such as cuts & scrapes) that could occur from accidental contact with heavy materials that could easily penetrate normal polyester. The thermal lining is quilted and loaded with nylon wadding for sufficient insulation and retention of body heat, which is important on those extra-cold days. Another important factor is that these coveralls are polyurethane coated to prevent wind & water penetration and keep you perfectly warm & dry during even the harshest winter climate. As an added bonus, the material has a stain resistant finish to help keep a clean appearance.
As the name implies, the coveralls feature a contrasting design with darker colored legs and lower contrasting reflective striping to give an excellent level of visibility over your whole body. These are ANSI Class 3 compliant coveralls improve safety in all environments, including low-light conditions. The striping arrangement on the legs provides a nice, large area of reflectivity that helps you be seen while working in nearly any position, even laying down.
While the Portwest Thermal Lined Coveralls are certainly warm, comfortable and deliver improved safety, they also have some great convenience features. There are cargo pockets on the front of each thigh with snap closures that are perfect for strong anything from gloves to small tools, and dual flap pockets above the waist. The front closes with a simple zipper, but a button-style storm flap gives additional closure. There's a built-in hood that can be used as needed, which can come in handy during bouts of falling rain & snow. Ribbed inner cuffs help ensure a secure fit while preventing drafts, and the zippered ankles make it easy for these coveralls to zipper right down over your work boots. What more can you ask for? Well, there's also a radio loop to provide easy access to communication without the need to store it in your pockets.
Coveralls seem like they're pretty simple, but the Portwest has surely crossed all the "T"s and dotted all the "I"s. These are top quality, well designed and offer excellent safety for the wet, cold and sloppy winter workdays that you'll be facing. In fact, even if you only use them during the snow days, they're still an excellent investment for the confidence of warmth & dryness when you really need it. Check out the Portwest ANSI CLass 3 Thermal Coveralls on our website to learn more or purchase your own today, we think you'll be very happy with your decision, as will your wallet. There's no doubt that these coveralls are an excellent value.

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