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JCB WORKWEAR - THE NEW GENERATION

Progressive Safety, who hold the sole distribution rights for the manufacture of safety footwear and workwear under the world famous JCB brand, are pleased to introduce new and improved lines to the range.

RE-ENGINEERED FOR A CHANGING MARKET

Continuing with the success of the very popular JCB workwear range of Footwear & Clothing we have re-engineered some of the styles to reflect a changing market place and customer demands. The stylish JCB workwear range transfers easily from the traditional workplace to the world outside and has proven to be a popular leisure wear choice of our customers.

All the popular safety footwear styles have been retained with the introduction of two new Hiker boots, the 2CX in black and grey with contrast stitching and dual density PU/PU soles available in sizes 3 - 12 and the stylish Cagelow Trainer, graduated grey mesh with black TPU finished with a black sneaker style sole for a very modern look.

Garments in the new workwear range are manufactured from the highest quality fabrics, with the emphasis on comfort and style combined with durability in wear.

JCB 1945 Work Jeans

 

New additions to the clothing range include the 1945 Work Jeans, made from Cordura denim, with top loading kneepad pockets, deep thigh cargo pockets and the Camo Trousers, also with top loading kneepad pockets and multi-pockets - both available in sizes 30” - 40” with a 32” inside leg with stylish JCB leather branding. Also new to the collection is the Elmhurst 1/4 zip jumper & Essington full zip jumper made from comfortable knitted fabric with soft shell detail for extra durability and fleece lined funnel collars. These both come in sizes S to XXL.

For more information on any of these products, find your nearest retailer and to see the complete range of JCB Workwear, please visit http://jcbworkwear.com/uk/

Progressive Safety Footwear & Clothing Ltd
101 Worthing Road, Sheffield, S9 3JN
Tel: 0114 273 8349   Fax: 0114 275 2452
www.psf.co.uk

 

Work trousers from JCB Cotton Comfort from Progressive Safety

Aimed at: Regular users, pro or otherwise who need solid workwear in cotton for a change.

Pros: Comfy and practical with pockets galore.

Workwear of various kinds is now a requirement in my life and I am lucky enough to have had a good choice of various kinds to try out.

While I can see the practicality of synthetic materials for making work clothes because of ease of washing and drying and even a measure of light water resistance, I actually like the comfort of cotton – so I was pleased when the postman delivered a couple of pairs of cotton work trousers from the latest collection by JCB Workwear.

The first pair I opened was a standard camouflage colour and I sort of wondered - Why camouflage? The answer, in part, seems to be that often agricultural workers like to wear camouflage colours in the country, but I have seen it on work sites too.

What struck me the very first time I tried them on is that the cut is comfortable but possibly a bit unfashionably baggy for younger, slimmer figures. But I was able to bend and stretch easily and they were comfortable around the waist. No danger of builder’s b*m if you had a decent belt because there are six belt loops – the back one is about 50mm wide – so they hold up very well.

 

Whatever trousers I wear I always manage to end up with a pile of stuff in my pockets. With ten pockets altogether there was enough space for smaller stuff like pencils and my utility knife. The main pockets are like jeans pockets and are quite deep, so will not spill stuff out if you bend over. On the left leg just underneath the main pocket is a deep (20 cm) gusseted pocket that would easily hold all manner of items and with the buttoned flap, the items are quite secure too. Also on the front pocket is a smallish zipped pocket that is big enough for the inevitable smartphone.

In the right hand pocket is a riveted small change pocket and on the back of the right leg above the knee, is a collection of three pockets – one of which would hold a rule and the others, things like a screwdriver etc.  

Placed comfortably high up on the back are a pair of seventeen cm deep patch pockets with hook and loop flap closures. I always have a wallet with me (lunch money) so I like having the security of a flapped pocket but pliers and screwdrivers tend to end up in the left hand one because they don’t stab you in the leg when you bend down.

The kneepad pockets are top loading for ease, adjustable, and with a secure hook and loop fastening so that the kneepads – your favourite ones will fit – will not fall out.

Pretty well all the seams on these trousers are double stitched for strength and durability, so should last the course

Next in the parcel was a pair of 1945 Work Jeans. Jeans are the fashion statement of the moment, so I guess it is no surprise that there is a demand from work people for denim work trousers. These trousers are in fact not 100% cotton – they are made of 85% Cordura cotton with 15% nylon. The material is also four times more abrasion resistant than comparable cotton denim so is ideal for heavy use.

The pockets and other features of these 1945 Work Jeans are exactly the same as the camouflage ones mentioned above so will suit general site workers. If anything, I found these work jeans even more comfortable than the camouflage ones!

 

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