For more than 95 years Pella has had hardworking people securely covered with their Pella Insulated Overalls. Tough and comfortable, the Pella Overalls are an excellent and actually obvious choice. For cold days, there is no point in allowing icy wind to penetrate your body. For outdoor chaos, don’t make a dirty job more dirty because you don’t... have a pair of overalls.
When you’re shopping at Working Person’s Store, don’t forget to throw in a pair of Pella insulated overalls for their practical, multi-use features. Tired of having your legs feel like a pair of icicles? Add a much needed buffer layer to stay warm by throwing on a pair of Pella insulated overalls. It only takes a minute to slip on a pair of overalls to cover up and add a layer of much needed wind protection.
For intense outdoor work, mechanic repair, house maintenance or farming, add a rugged layer of overalls to keep sloppy work where it belongs…anywhere besides all over you. Regardless of your working conditions, Pella insulated overalls will keep you warm, secure and covered when it counts. Aside from great protection, you will enjoy the practical features of these overalls such as the durable outer shell and insulated lining.
Most Pella insulated overalls offer adjustable elastic suspenders that actually ride over the entire shoulder ensuring excellent all-day comfort. It’s unlikely you’ll run out of places to put things in the numerous, easy to access pockets. When you’re messy day comes to an end, simply toss your Pella overalls into the machine for a good wash - while you’re in the shower doing the same thing – and then quickly toss them in the dryer. Easy to get dirty and easy to get clean, Pella overalls can handle whatever you throw at them. (Learn More About Pella Overalls)(See less)
Pella Overalls: Men's Brown Insulated Duck Bib Overalls 165
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