Milwaukee Tool has expanded its Work Gear line to include a new jacket and cold weather base layer. The Milwaukee® Hooded Jacket and WorkSkin™ Base Layer’s combination of heavy duty construction and performance materials provide users all-day comfort and durability in even the toughest jobsite conditions.
Engineered to battle the job site and survive the elements, Milwaukee’s Hooded Jacket is built for tradesmen who can’t let cold slow them down. Focused on providing reinforcement in areas where traditional workwear fails, its GridIron™ 900 Denier Ripstop Polyester material outlasts cotton duck by 3X against abrasion and tearing. Large riveted and reinforced utility pockets and a tarnish resistant metal zipper provide increased durability. The jacket also features FreeFlex™ Mobility enhancements across the back, underarms and armpits, and a fitted hood designed to provide full range of vision.
The Milwaukee® WorkSkin™ Cold Weather Base Layer is constructed to handle the demands of hard work in cold conditions. Unlike cotton options, the new Base Layer features Fast Wicking Sweat Zones underneath the arms and across the upper back move moisture away quickly from high-sweat areas to avoid dampness, cold and freezing. Unlike base layers designed for athletic use, its durable fabric resists pilling and fighting odor to extend product life. When worn next-to-skin and under outer layers, WorkSkin™ manages moisture and body temperature to help tradesmen work dry, stay warm, and stay comfortable in the cold—all while standing up to the demands of the job site.
The Milwaukee® Hooded Jacket retails for $149, and the base layer retails for $49.