Scruffs launches new womenswear range for women in trades 

Scruffs range

Scruffs has been supplying performance workwear and safety footwear to trades since 2003. Offering a head-to-toe range that combines comfort, durability and value for money with great design, all Scruffs products are tried and tested by real tradespeople to ensure all products meet the standards that men and women in trades need day in, day out.

Launching this autumn, Scruffs is excited to be introducing a dedicated women’s range. Scruffs has worked side by side with real tradeswomen to develop products that tick all the boxes and offers women exactly what they want and deserve in their workwear – proper fitting workwear that stands up to the job but doesn’t make them stand out on site.

Scruffs has made sure that the fit is spot on and inclusive, with clothing sizes ranging from size 6 to size 20, and footwear ranging from a size 3 to a size 8. What’s more, Scruffs hasn’t just made its existing range smaller; the company has ensured every cut and every detail has been adapted to meet the needs of women, to ensure they look and feel good. Longer length t-shirts, carefully positioned pockets, elasticated sections and stretch panels for an optimised fit all feature in the new range.

The new Scruffs womenswear range includes:

  • Women’s Trade Softshell Jacket
  • Women’s Trade T Shirt
  • Women’s Trade Flex Plus Holster Trousers
  • Women’s Trade Hoodie
  • Women’s Trade Bodywarmer
  • Women’s Argon
  • Women’s Switchback

The range is launching this December, available online and at Screwfix.

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