Our selection of work overalls and boiler suits are designed to give you protection and comfort whilst you work. We stock coveralls designed for single-use environments such as hazardous waste removal, to durable, heavyweight suits with more specific uses; such as protection from rain, high visibility, and FR overalls>/a>.
Our overalls range encompasses the very best from the market leaders in workwear, with styles available from manufacturers such as Fristads, Wenaas and Snickers - theres something for everybody, with stud and zip front styles, to bib and brace styles.
Dickies Redhawk Zip Front Coverall
Helly Hansen Ludvika Hi Vis Waterproof Suit
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Coveralls Buying Guide
Coming in a variety of styles and sizes, and from manufacturers all over the world, there is plenty to think about when it comes to picking out a new pair pair of work overalls. What style suits your role? How do you measure them? Do you need specialised protection?
When it comes to making an informed decision, there are a few guidelines to follow:
Depending on the style of overall you choose,you'll find they are sized up depending on their style. For a classic zip or stud front product, you can expect to select a size based on either the chest size and leg length, or the waist and legs, dependant on manufacturer.
For bib and brace styles, you'll only need to worry about the waist and leg measurements, much like a pair of trousers. These can vary slightly in size, and you will find that many pairs have extendable hems, so you can tailor fit them to your liking.
Not all jobs will need you to take special consideration when picking out a product, but always look at the type of protection needed for your working safety and choose accordingly. For gardeners and decorators, nothing more than a pair of straightforward kneepad overalls will be needed. If you're working in petrochemical environments, you may want to look at our FR range to keep you safe when dealing with heat.
Your job might need specialist PPE when you're working, which is why its important to liaise with your bosses and figure out the exact specification you need your work overalls to meet before you make a final decision. For example you may need high visibility coveralls for your job, but there's a chance you may end up with ones that are not suitable - due to the EN ISO 20471 standard being a multi tiered certification, which covers three levels of high visibility, in addition to "rail spec" or RIS TOM 3279 (the same as the Go/RT standard) - so there is more than meets the eye when it comes to making sure your overalls are up to task, and that is where we come in!
If you have any enquiries or questions about any products on our website, you can always get in touch, and our team will give you the answers you need.