Rain Gear

By Denamarie Ercolani

Are there dark clouds on the horizon on the jobsite? Are you looking for high quality rain gear? We suggest the three-piece Rain Suit by Custom Leather Craft (CLC). CLC’s rain suits are designed to fend off everything from harmless drizzle to torrential downpour. Regardless of the weather or working conditions, Custom Leather Craft has the perfect rain wear for you.

Rain wear is designed to keep you dry even in the most severe weather conditions, but the secret to great rain wear is to find the right balance between letting the rain coat breathe versus repelling the water. Custom Leather Craft does just that with materials that are tailored to provide comfort while being lightweight and durable. With unique features that maintain air flow, prevent moisture build-up and stand the test of time, you will spend less time ringing out your clothes and more time getting the job done with CLC’s three-piece rain suit.

The three-piece rain suit is constructed with lightweight durable Polyester, 0.18mm. This rain suit comes complete with a storm front jacket with double fly snap, elastic pants and a detachable hood. With drawstring elastic waist pants and rear mesh panels, you are sure to stay not only dry, but comfortable all day. Made in full cut sizes, this gives you the ability to wear clothes underneath the suit and still give you the mobility and the comfort needed to complete the job.

At ConstructionGear.com we carry pants, jackets, ponchos and rain suits that will surely keep you dry in wet weather. With features like rear mesh panels for breathability, storm flap closures and lightweight materials, we carry only the best rain gear to ensure your comfort and ability to get the job done.

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