WIN a Snickers workwear bundle worth over £300: Competition closed

This competition is now closed.

Skill Builder has teamed up with Snickers Workwear to give away a set of premium workwear from the company’s brand new high vis range as modelled by Roger in this video.

The prize package which is worth over £300 includes:

  • Allroundwork Insulated high vis jacket
  • RuffWork Heater Hat
  • Flexi Work  Wool ½ zip top
  • Litework 37.5 LS Shirt
  • LiteWork  37.5 Long Johns

To be in with a chance of winning you just need to tell us how many topwear layers Roger is wearing in the video and enter via the form below*.

Staying warm in the cold

Staying warm in the cold is crucial for safety and wellbeing at work. When you’re cold your ability to react is hampered, you become less effective and risk making bad decisions. Human bodies can adapt to tropical conditions, but it can’t acclimatise to cold weather.

“To dress warm when it’s cold is easy on the face of it”, says David Clark managing Director of the Hultafors Group UK which owns Snickers Workwear. “But to dress right requires more attention. Because when you’re working hard you start sweating. But later, when your workrate slows, the moisture your body has cooled and you start to shiver”.

“What you need in that situation are garments with advanced ventilation features with the ability to control and regulate the heat from your body.”

37.5® Fabric Technology

37.5® is a ground-breaking new fabric technology adopted by Snickers Workwear – largely used in high-performance sportswear – which is said to have unmatched efficiency when it comes to ventilation and moisture transport. Instead of being applied to the surface of the fabric, 37.5® fibres are woven into the fabric. This means they never get washed out so you get the full benefit wear after wear.

5 facts About 37.5® Technology

  • The active particles used in 37.5® technology are derived from natural sources such as coconut shells and volcanic minerals
  • Fabrics with 37.5® technology dry up to five times faster than performance fabrics without
  • The hotter a user gets the stronger the drive force removing moisture becomes
  • 37.5® works to the level of 37.5 degrees, both when it comes to humidity percentage and temperature
  • 37.5® active particles are permanently embedded into the yarn and will never wash out or degrade

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About Roger Bisby

Roger Bisby
Roger Bisby is an English television presenter and journalist, known for his expertise in the British building industry.


  1. U need those layers in this weather! Still not too bulky so you’re still able to work. Nice one Roger.

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