Leading Brands- Red Kap, Chef Design, Bulwark, Horace Small
Have you ever found yourself frustrated by your uniform or workwear? Ill fitting, or nonfunctional, workwear is a too common problem. It can be hard to focus on getting the job done right when you’re constantly worried about coming untucked, or you can’t comfortably sit down and bend over. Each of the brands we carry specializes in different industries, providing leading workwear that focuses on comfort and durability, allowing you to focus on what’s important.
Red Kap is a leading brand in workwear, specializing in the automotive industry. Of course, their garments are worn across a wide variety of fields, recognized for their motto of workwear “done right.” Since the 1920s, Red Kap has been manufacturing workwear for America. They offer a number of coveralls, work pants and work shirts, as well as jackets and accessories. Whether you are working in the garage or on the track, you can trust Red Kap to provide you with the best workwear for your needs.
Chef uniforms have a long history with a sense of tradition and pride. Chef Designs takes that seriously, creating quality chef uniforms in traditional styles with some modern updates. While you can still find checkered pants that distract the eye from food stains, Chef Designs also makes solid color pants for the chic kitchen that’s looking for something a little more contemporary. Their chef jackets come in long, ¾, and short sleeve, with a variety of closures. Not only is Chef Designs outfitting the back of the house staff with great uniforms, they also offer workwear options for front of the house staff. Check out our website to see what you can get.
If you are in an industry that requires flame resistant workwear, you are probably already familiar with Bulwark. They are a leading brand in flame resistant workwear, at the forefront of flame resistant technology. Bulwark offers a wide variety of garments for workers in the oil and gas industries, electrical utilities, manufacturing, and other industries that have combustible dust. You can find flame resistant, cotton jeans and sweatshirts from Bulwark, or Nomex IIIA coveralls. They offer different fabrics, both treated and inherent, and many different garment options, depending on your needs.
Back in the 1930s, Horace Small began making uniforms for emergency responders and the war. He created uniforms that were readily available for the police, firefighters, and other emergency responders that needed them, by providing standardized uniforms that could be kept in stock with the standard features that made them so indispensable. With that same sense of accessibility and readiness in mind, Horace Small creates uniforms with standard features that you can depend on. These features include comfort waistbands, reinforced badge tabs with slings and eyelets, and longer lengths for shirts.
Whether you are looking to outfit your automotive crew, keep your gas and oil crew safe, provide sharp uniforms for your front and back of the house, or find uniforms for emergency responders that have great features, you can find all that and more through our website or by calling a customer service representative.