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Custom Workwear

Branded work clothes give your company an opportunity to ensure you have a cohesive look among employees. HALO’s selection of work clothes includes everything from embroidered work shirts to branded gloves and aprons. You’ll find something for a variety of industries. HALO has scrub tops and bottoms for doctors, nurses, dentists, veterinarians and any other health care professional. In construction or maintenance? Ask your HALO Account Executive about safety vests and shirts with reflective materials. Chefs, bakers and restauranteurs, HALO has a variety of aprons to fit your needs.

Many of these items can be personalized, too. So in addition to your company logo, you can add your employees’ names and positions. 

Custom Work Shirts

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Cotton Twill Cap with Triple-Layer Mesh
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About Custom Work Shirts

Purchasing Branded Work Clothes

Industrial work wear is designed in rugged, durable fabrics that stand up to tough jobs and laundering. It’s not unusual for custom work shirts to be made of the toughest materials and advanced stay-clean technology so they last through numerous industrial washes.

Some work wear, like safety styles need to conform to strict industry specific standards in order to be used on the job. For example, construction and utility workers could use high-visibility, waterproof windbreakers during inclement weather. Ask your HALO Account Executive for branded work clothes that meet industry certifications to keep your employees safe on the job.

In addition to being safe, you want to ensure that every employee is set up for success. If looking for mechanics gloves, for instance, ask your HALO Account Executive about sizing options that will fit every employee whether they have big hands or small ones.  The right fit can increase comfort and productivity.

Consider how your employees will really use your work gear, too. If you’re shopping for aprons, remember to think about shape and pocket size. A hair stylist would require different types of pockets than a chef.

When in doubt, consult your HALO Account Executive. They’ll help you find the work wear your employees need to succeed.