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Green Coveralls: Meant for Men at Work

Updated on August 31, 2011

It is always safe to go with subtle hues or earth tones when choosing a color for your work apparel and that is why gray coveralls are a basic choice for employees. If you do not want too much attention or distraction, its an old stand-by. Coveralls are worn by people who are working at industrial jobs or doing the dirty work and require protection from the elements while wearing a uniform-type garment. Green coveralls are worn by painters, auto mechanics, bus and truck drivers, law enforcers, and other similar occupations. They thrive with the comfort and convenience that coveralls give to them in the everyday hurdle of work and leisure. Back in the old days, these coveralls are worn by military personnel and have now evolved into the work apparel that we use at present. Most coveralls are in the shades of black, brown, gray, and olive. Here we look particularly at the green coveralls.

Designed for Heavy-Duty Work

Green coveralls, similar to other coveralls, are designed for heavy duty work. The material is strong and durable. Coveralls are made from a polyester and cotton twill blend with a PVA finish add-on feature. This works best in warmer weather conditions and dirty menial jobs. This PVA additional feature wicks body sweat that makes you feel more comfortable at work. This is opposed to the insulated coverall designs which are meant for colder weather.

Features

Most green coveralls have a bi-swing back feature for an extended range of motion, front and back pockets, and a 2-way front zipper. Other features include concealed snaps at the neck and waist for ease of access, hammer loop, and a ruler pocket, among others. Along with these features, they have a stain-release add-on feature which makes it easy to wash and withstand tough stains. These coveralls are available in other shades as well. Most colors available are black, green, navy blue, and orange. It is important to note that coveralls are measured according to chest size. The available sizes are from small to extra large; which covers all body sizes and shapes. They also cater to a variety of lengths such as the short, regular, and tall lengths.

Green coveralls combine versatility with durability in a functional wear. They may be considered the ultimate heavy duty work apparel that is custom-built for people who work hard. This is in answer to the demand for a coverall that can withstand any climactic conditions, rough stains, tough and dirty work, and still be comfortable and fashionable at the same time. Coverall apparel can be worn by both men and women.

Work hard and play harder, as some people say. Modern development in green coveralls is an answer to the ardent demands and needs of most people who want to have a relaxed fit for heavy duty work. Everybody needs a break, so after a long day and work’s strenuous hurdle, take the time for some rest and recreation. Treat yourself every once in a while. Recharge and you will be ready the next day for work in your comfortable and practical gray coveralls.

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