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Winter is UPON US & so  are those COLD mornings 🥶

One thing we all know, is that construction work doesn’t get put on ice when the weather starts getting cool. Working in the cold can be dangerous if you don’t take the necessary precautions to keep your body warm & dry on site.

Here are some of our fave items to keep you warm over the cold months:

The Absafe Face Warmer

These fabric tubes  are probably one of the most versatile pieces of gear out there & we love them! They have many different uses, but are generally intended to keep your neck, face & head warm, dry and protected from cold mornings!

Oliver Bamboo Work & Hike Socks

Bamboo in socks! Who would have thought? This revolutionary fabric helps wearers keep super dry due to the hollow structure of the fibers which makes it super-absorbent too. What this means is that the material effectively wicks moisture away from the skin, keeping your feet toasty! Bamboo is also super breathable& far better than cotton or wool socks.

Prochoice Leather Gloves 

If you are looking for thermal gloves that are affordable plus warm, these are are your best bet. Featuring A grade Cow Grain Palm plus 3M Thinsulate, which is a synthetic fiber thermal insulation that is twice as warm as any natural material. These gloves will not only keep your hands warm but super dry in below freezing temperatures.

 



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