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Looking Great At Work: What To Wear On-Site?

We are what we wear ...


The latest trends for the well-groomed this season feature looks that bring together function, design and new technologically advanced fabrics. We've seen many of our workwear brands release great new products ...

Look good, feel good, stay safe. We've got all the best workwear brands!

Look good, feel good, stay safe. We've got all the best workwear brands!

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Whether you're on a building site, in a factory, at a customer's home or premises, or jumping in or out of your truck all day, there's no reason you can't look good while you're doing it.

Stretch fabrics that combine both tensile strength, functionality and a sharp cut are making their way onto the workwear world. Tapered legs make a welcome entry this season, which ensures that the latest high street looks are also trending on-site too.

For example, a great new addition from Blaklader is a new series of coloured accessories, comprising of belts and zip pullers that can add a hint of colour, matching your company colours to what can often be a dark uniform.

A huge winner has been the introduction of the button fly, which can outperform zips. These are featured on many leading ranges this season.

Yes, of course, if you want to wear street gear for work, you can look at the likes of ASOS and Zalando to get what you need. But that's not going to last long or protect you when you need it most.

Harkila Forester Wellingtons 17" Zip 5mm Neoprene H-Vent Dark Olive

£179.99 inc VAT

Blaklader 1500 Craftsman X1500 Denim Trousers

£79.99 inc VAT

Blaklader Lightweight Soft Shell Jacket

£59.99 inc VAT

Whichever brand you wear, from Blaklader, Seeland, Harkila, Carhartt and all the others, at Rugged & Tough you can be assured to get 'your look'.

So do visit our website, come see us in-store just south of the Hockliffe lights on the A5 Watling Street, or give us a call on 0333 335 0423 and let's talk about your precise needs.

Until next time ...



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We stock the very best mens work and country clothing and kit. We use and wear the clothing we sell. We pride ourselves on our advice and support. We sell offline in-store and online Free UK delivery and returns. ''.... if it's not rugged & tough, we just won't stock it, in the store or online!''


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