Garden workwear for gardeners. Undoubtedly, of green areas, impeccable roundabouts and wide expanses of grass at the foot of the desired pools. Such a view would not be possible without the tireless dedication of gardeners, park and pool maintenance managers, florists, zoo employees, but let's not forget the workers of nurseries and horticulturists, whose work allows us to alleviate our summer suffocation with the freshness of fruits and seasonal vegetables.
Black water repellent grain leather boot with chainsaw protection, GORE-TEX membrane lining, antistatic, anti-shock, slipping resistant, non metallic APT Plate midsole. Chain-saw cut resistant (class 3 - chain speed = 28 m/s). METATARSAL SUPPORT footbed, made of soft PU, removable, antistatic, anatomic, cold and heat insulation, covered with cloth.
These Chest Waders benefit from Guy Cotten know-how,making them comfortable, very strong and lightweight.Chest high waders in nylon fabric with extra PVC Coating.Inside chest pocket. Reinforced knees. High frequency welding. Oil resistant PVC boots. Non-slip soles.Suggestion : wear a pair of Guy Cotten fleece slippers foradded warmth and comfort.
Legs reinforced with overtrousers for extra protection for demanding activities. Chest high waders in nylon fabric with extra PVC Coating. Inside chest pocket. High frequency welding. Oil resistant PVC boots. Non-slip soles. Suggestion : wear a pair of Guy Cotten fleece slippers for added warmth and comfort. Fabric : Polypêche
These resting areas for the common of mortals are, instead, (the office) the place of work of the gardeners and, although they seem harmless, hide risks that determine the need for adequate equipment to perform these tasks with maximum security and comfort.
As a gardener, what work clothes do I need to avoid risks?
A correct work wardrobe aims to prevent accidents in the execution of the art of gardening and horticulture. Let's see what complications these workers face and what garments are essential to prevent them:
1. DISCOMFORT WITH WORKING AT THE WEATHER: HUMIDITY AND EXPOSURE TO THE SUN:
Gardeners and horticulturists work outdoors, which leads to continuous coexistence with sun exposure and humidity, not the environment that can be quite dry, but the one that the plants themselves need to grow.
Against the sun, the recipe is to wear a hat to protect the head and use protective cream, in addition to constant hydration. In terms of humidity, workwear can make life a lot easier:
Good waterproof boots come from pearls, especially to avoid the annoying feeling of constantly wet feet. These, made with PVC sole, protect from perforations and slips and are specially designed to repel every drop of water.
Adil high-top water boots
However, gardeners are not always splashing in wet dirt. For other times, it is better to have on hand some safety boots made of waterproof or waterproof leather, since humidity, although to a lesser degree, will
ective clothing that complies with the regulations required for gardening, clearing or use of chainsaws.