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Hardworking Workwear for Farmers and Ranchers

Your farming and ranching customers need specialized products, including specific workwear that keeps them safe, warm, dry and comfortable as they work outside in all kinds of elements. Here are some of the must-have clothing items you should carry to keep your farm and ranch customers satisfied. 

Bib overalls. With plenty of pockets for tools and other implements, Dickies Classic Bib Overalls have a universal fit for comfort and mobility, high-back legs that easily fit over boots and triple-stitched seams that won’t unravel. 

Moisture-wicking socks. From rain to snow to sweat, moisture-wicking socks are essential for farmers and ranchers to keep their feet dry and warm. Wolverine Safety Toe Moisture Wicking Socks come with UltraDri™ technology, extra durability in the heel and toe and embedded arch supports. 

Rain jacket. The Frogg Toggs Pro Lite Suit is waterproof and breathable, machine washable and contains no PVC or phthalates. It has an adjustable hood, full front zipper with snap-down storm flap and elastic cuffs and waist to keep out all of the elements. 

Boots. Because they are on their feet most of the day, farmers and ranchers need a solid work boot like the Ariat Turbo Moc Toe Waterproof Work Boots. They come with a forked shank for enhanced support, waterproof PRO™ construction, mesh lining and removable Energy Max anti-fatigue insole. 

Pants. Better than jeans, Berne Flex Softstone Duck Pants are made of washed, stretch fabric and come with two front pockets and side utility pockets for extra storage. The triple-needle stitched main seams, reinforced knees and back leg hem and crotch gusset provide durability. 

Coat. The Carhartt Loose Fit Firm Duck Blanket-Lined Chore Coat is made of 100 percent ringspun cotton duck and has a blanket-lined body for warmth. The corduroy-trimmed collar has under-collar hood snaps, and the coat comes with several pockets to hold tools and other items. 

About Lindsey Thompson

Lindsey joined the NHPA staff in 2021 as an associate editor for Hardware Retailing magazine. A native of Ohio, Lindsey earned a B.S. in journalism and minors in business and sociology from Ohio University. She loves spending time with her husband, two kids, two cats and one dog, as well as doing DIY projects around the house, going to concerts, boating and cheering on the Cleveland Indians.

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