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Choosing the right workwear for the job offers men the comfort and protection they need for any project, big or small. Every job has its hazards but wearing proper clothing can cut down on work-related accidents and injuries. Rugged fabrics, reinforced seams, flame retardant materials and slice resident protective coverings all work together to keep men safe in any work environment.
Choose shirts that are breathable with wicking technology for your first layer and a flannel or denim shirt for your top layer. Denim and flannel provide warmth on cool mornings but can be set aside when temperatures go up. If you're work is in high-temp situations like welding or places where flash fires or electric arc flashes are possible, flame resistant clothing is a good idea. All flame-retardant clothing should meet or exceed OSHA standards.
Work pants need to stand up to the wear and tear the farm, ranch or construction site can give out. Many ranchers and farmers prefer denim pants because of their durability and construction. Construction workers often wear denim jeans, but pants made from heavy-duty cotton duck fabric are also popular because of their comfort and durability.
Coveralls and overalls are specialized pants with bibs and connected tops that protect the clothing underneath from extreme soiling. Coveralls and overalls are especially useful for working on cars or mucking out stalls to keep the worst of the grime and moisture away from the interior layer.
The most important part of work clothing, no matter the job site, is safety gear. Safety glasses, ear protection, helmets, chainsaw chaps and heavy-duty gloves offer protection from particles, excessive noise, head injury and any other hazards jobs can dish out. Never enter a job site or begin a project without the proper safety gear.