Snickers Workwear launches new range of advanced work trousers

Snickers Workwear has added six new Work Trouser styles to its autumn range – including a great-looking Stretch Denim product.

The company has introduced the next generation of Work Trouser choices from the premier brand of working clothes for professional tradespeople. There’s the Flexiwork 2.0 trousers, designed for craftsmen who want nothing but the best. These high-spec trousers are made of a durable, four-way stretch fabric that is designed to offer a new level of comfort and freedom of movement.

There also ‘loose-fit’ AllroundWork stretch trousers that offer a classic Snickers Workwear look and feel, plus the new FlexiWork denim work trousers, where workwear meets streetwear in these slim-fitting work trousers made of washed stretch denim.

Snickers Workwear has also added new, regular fit RuffWork Canvas+ heavy duty trousers. The ladies will definitely have a close eye on the ALLroundWork womens stretch trousers, which have been specially designed and shaped to fit the female anatomy with a narrower waist for optimal comfort and freedom of movement.

Snickers Workwear believes that these are probably the best possible additions to the Snickers Work Trouser range, with something to suit everyone – whoever you are, wherever you’re working and whatever you’re doing on site.

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