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When you need durability PenCarrieUKL delivers D

urable, hardwearing clothing is a must for tough environments and PenCarrieUKL stock a broad range of trusted names, from Dickies and RTY Workwear to Regatta, Result and Lee Cooper. There are clothing solutions for builders, site workers, painters and decorators, farmers, delivery drivers and warehouse operatives alike. Designed with Teflon coating, Russell Workwear withstands the most demanding of workplaces. The fabric, design, colour choices and array of sizing means customers can create a coordinated company look with printed or embroidered company names and logos.

ABOVE: Regatta’s RG177 Hi Vis Interactive Shell Jacket.

Making industry leader Dickies distinctive is their ability to adapt popular styles for working conditions whilst still being on trend. Employing the latest fabric technology and manufacturing techniques, Dickies has created high performance workwear which tackles the harshest working environments. With the winter months here, layering is a must for outdoor workers.

LEFT: RTY’s Heavyweight Pique Polo Shirt, RT01.

Dickies base layers (vests and long johns), WD124 and WD125 are made from bamboo yarn which is soft, breathable and warm. Regatta offers the RG177 Hi Vis Interactive Shell Jacket. Perfect for the construction site, surveyors or security guards it has an easy access ID pass pocket and two front cargo pockets, zipped and warm lined. Brands offering workwear trousers

appreciate the need for multiple pockets, tool belt loops, internal knee pad pockets, phone pouches and hammer loops. With over 35 styles stocked by PenCarrieUKL, there is something to suit everyone. RTY has three distinctive clothing ranges – Workwear, High Visibility and Enhanced Visibility Clothing. Designed and engineered to be worn separately or in a combination of layers, they ensure comfort and safety. Well fitting, durable and with excellent washing characteristics the colour palette offered in key styles allows customers to have a highly co- ordinated yet individual professional appearance. The RT01 Heavyweight Pique Polo Shirt, teamed with the RT60 Workwear Sweatshirt provides an instant uniform look. Lee Cooper Workwear continues to impress with their on trend collection. Start with the LC003 Polo Shirt, add one of the four pairs of work trousers, and complete the look with the LC101 Hooded Workwear Sweatshirt. Workwear jackets are available in a wide range of styles, weights, colours and sizes from all the trusted workwear brands. Finally, workwear accessories include knee pads, headwear and footwear. Beechfieldʼs bump caps combine baseball cap comfort with the protection of a rigid, polycarbonate inner shell. ■ For more information visit

Combining good looks with great performance W

hen your workforce need to look good as well as have garments that perform, then Front Row could be the ideal choice. We have an array of jackets and fleeces to keep you warm while enhancing your brand.

Our FR93 classic waterproof jacket not only looks great but is functional, fully waterproof whilst also breathable making it perfect for any outdoor occupation. It has a nylon outer with stitching detail to really make you stand out from the crowd and the inner is made from cosy microfleece.

There is a new padded bodywarmer FR902 with clever embroidery access that allows decoration directly onto the outer fabric on the chest area.

When it rains our FR900 new waterproof shell with its retro stripe and reflective detailing will keep you dry and ensure you are seen on dark winter nights. Our ever so popular super soft sweat pants FR600 and FR601 and hoodies FR800 and FR801 are perfect for keeping you warm. The great new super soft sweatshirt FR802 has that all important Front Row detailing we pride ourselves on and is available from XS to XXL making it suitable for girls too. ■ For more information contact your usual distributor or visit

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CLEVER: The new padded bodywarmer, FR902, has embroidery access to allow decoration on the outer chest area.



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