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The textile combinations used to produce Jobman Workwear

Textiles for producing workwear are made from many different materials, some natural and others man-made. All have different uses and purposes when manufacturing fabrics for workwear.

Natural fibres are well-known: cotton, silk, wool and a few more.

Made-made, synthetic fibres are often made from oil derivatives and have names like polyester, polyamide, nylon and acrylic.

All fibres have different properties that often make them better suited for one purpose or another. Cotton for example has excellent moisture absorbing qualities and it can be very software and nice to wear.

Polyester is crease and fade resistant and it odes not shrink. By blending fibres you can get the best of both worlds in the same fabric and thereby get a new functional material.

Today’s technology allows us to develop materials with designed properties and manufacture workwear that is lightweight, wear and tear resistant, dirt repellent and whatever we wish for.

We have put a lot of effort into developing materials with just the right composition for workwear. The best result often means applying materials with different features to strategic parts of the garments to add strength or protection while keeping the design comfortable and easy to wear.

We go the extra mile to make Jobman Workwear your first choice and to exceed your expectations.