When it comes to working in comfort, picking the right pair of work trousers is essential. Here at Mammoth Workwear, we have pairs from the top manufacturers on the market, including Helly Hansen, Blaklader and Portwest.
With over 500 styles available, we have something for everybody, whether you're after a Cordura reinforced pair of kneepad trousers to keep your knees well protected, or looking for a more specialised pair designed to deal with low light conditions, rain or flames - we have the solutions right here online, or instore.
We carefully curate our range, to ensure we offer the best selection for you - regardless of your budget, or your job role. We have products such as the Fristads 2566 FR Hi Vis Trousers, which offer multi-norm protection against static, chemicals, and flames - all whilst confirming to the EN ISO 20471 high visibility standard.
Portwest Action Trousers
Portwest Urban Work Holster Trousers
Portwest Urban Work Trousers
TuffStuff Extreme Work Trousers
Dickies Redhawk Super Work Trousers
Dickies Redhawk Mens Action Trouser
Helly Hansen Chelsea Construction Pant
Helly Hansen Drammen Bib
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Trousers Buying Guide
When selecting your work trousers, there are a number of factors you should always look at before purchase:
If you work in an environment where you will face hazards such as low lighting, excess heat or cold - then the first thing you should do when picking a new pair of Work Trousers is to ensure they're a fit for your specific role. There are too many different safety specifications to note here, but some of the more prominent ones and their meanings can be found below:
- ENISO 20471 - This is the standard for high visibility clothing.
- EN 343 - Any work trousers that meet this standard will be waterproof.
- ENISO 11612 - This is the certification to look when it comes to heat and flame protection.
Visit our PPE buying guide to learn more about specific EN ISO certifications.
Size and Fitting
Once you've figured out what you need from your workwear in terms of protection, the next step is to pick the correct size. Most manufacturers follow standard EU sizing conventions, but you will find that some brands, or even styles in brands vary somewhat (A good example of this is the Snickers work trousers range, which come in two distinct sizing ranges).
Always ensure you carefully check your sizing information before purchase, if you have any questions, you can always get in touch.
Workwear shouldn't cost the earth, and here at Mammoth we like to ensure that all price ranges and personal budgets are cared for. Our Work Trouser range starts from as little as £10, and goes all the way up into the hundreds - But no matter what you're able to afford, we can assure you we have the right products for the right price, with bulk buy discounts and savings available on selected products.