Summer or winter, wet or dry, quality safety gear is a must. Whether you’re keeping streets safe, ensuring electrical services, or freedom fighting overseas, Working Person’s Store has you covered. When you’re in need of flame resistant outerwear that will get the job done, turn to Working Person’s Store where you will find high quality and... durable brand names you can trust.
Flame resistant sweatshirts, jackets, overalls and coveralls are only a few of the quality protective fire-resistant outerwear items we carry. We also carry flame resistant rain gear, mandatory protective wear for hazardous utility jobs.
Tough jobs require tough uniforms which is why protecting yourself from the hazards of your demanding job is important. Being protected does not have to mean being uncomfortable. You will find the products and brands at Working Person’s Store are chosen for their durability, safety rating and level of comfort – brands that have been inspired by people who actually wear their own clothing.
Technology is another big factor when it comes to optimizing performance which is why we carry products that meet or exceed FR standards and regulations. Choose Working Person’s Store when you need protection from arc-flash, chemicals, flame and other dangerous working conditions that are as part of your routine as morning coffee.(Learn More About Flame Resistant Outerwear)(See less)
I love the Working Persons Store, and buy boots nowhere else. Your products last far longer than boots costing 2+ times as much. I walk thousands (literally!!) of miles yearly, and have found your Carolina boots to be so well made that they prevent the possibility of my twisting an ankle. I might break a leg in the rough places I walk-inspecting chainsaw contract timber stand improvement, collecting forest data, and doing archeology- but by tying my boots as tight as I can stand, I can’t suffer a twisted ankle. The lightweight, yet rugged, boots have been a Godsend to me as I age. Your boots have been a very important factor in ameliorating the increasing difficulties I face, and enabling me to continue to serve the publics forestry needs. Thank you for existing, I shall continue to patronize your business.”
James H. from Booneville, Arkansas