Spring is nearly upon us, which means it’s time to start thinking about putting away the warm winter gear and getting into gear that can keep you dry even during a downpour. When you work outside you need gear that can withstand every type of weather, and in Canada – especially in the spring - that means rain and wind. It’s very hard to be productive when you’re cold and wet, and getting a chill could lead to illness, which can lead to days off of work – so staying dry is very important for any employee who works outside in the elements.
To be effective, rainwear must not only repel water but also wind. The biggest difference between industrial raingear and what most of us think of when we hear raingear is the strength and durability of the industrial rainwear. At Work Authority, our rainwear is designed to be worn while you work – meaning it can stand up to the rigors of the job.
Whether you need high-visibility rain gear for the ultimate in bad weather protection, like the Journeyman 300D Traffic Rain Jacket and 300D Traffic Rain Pant which are designed to keep you warm even in sub-zero temperatures and dry even in the harshest of storms. If high visibility isn’t a feature that’s needed, a three piece rain suit will keep you dry without making you overheat. For the ultimate in water resistance, the Timberland PRO Dry Max jacket has three-layer waterproof construction, is made from heavyweight nylon ripstop, and it is designed with a button closure over the durable YKK zipper to keep you dry and protected from even the strongest gusts of wind.
Rain is unavoidable when working outdoors in Canada during the spring. Fortunately, with Work Authority’s selection of rainwear, getting soaked doesn’t have to be part of the job.