u-power workwear

Workwear with Italian flair

Performance is a brand-new workwear range from U-Power, said to feature the finest and most comfortable stretch fabrics, designed with U-power’s trademark Italian flair.

u-power workwear

The range includes the Quick soft shell unlined jacket, which boasts extras such as an internal multimedia pocket with Free Sound technology, a detachable hood engineered with a reflective rain visor, reflective panels for optimum winter visibility, and a breathable keep-dry membrane that protects from wind and water in autumnal conditions.

The new Performance Flash stretch canvas trousers feature a tool pocket, many extra pockets, and reinforced inserts in high-wear areas.

For those who like their arms free, the new Fast padded gilet is extremely smart, with its choice of trim colours, concealed hood and internal and external mobile pockets.

U-Power’s Tasty full-zip fleecy hoody is another fashionable option, made with scuba stretch jersey fabric and also featuring a Free Sound multimedia pocket.

Finally, the Performance range boasts a new line of all-natural fine merino wool socks, to keep feet warm and toasty without overheating, owing to their thermo-regulating properties.  The Polar and Frozen socks are available in both long and short and all have reinforced heel and toe and front padding.

Stuart Thorne, U-Power’s managing director, said: “U-Power continually strives to improve clothing for those at work, creating more high-performance and fashionable products specifically designed to give added comfort, style and all-round durability in the workplace. Workwear doesn’t have to be drab. U-power gives you the option to be both safe and stylish. And of course, most of our customers are very happy to wear our stylish workwear after work as well.”

See the new Performance range at www.u-power.it/workwear/performance_en.html


About Dylan Garton

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