In the past, FR clothing would have been characterized as stiff, hot and uncomfortable. If you are uncomfortable in your FR clothing, there is potential for garments to be worn incorrectly (rolling up sleeves, taking off protective layers, etc.), possibly resulting in a safety incident. In order to do your job, you need protective clothing that does its job.
Perhaps the most persistent trend, and the one with the greatest opportunity to drive customer satisfaction, is the growth in FR clothing style options. Today’s flame resistant work wear is as wearable as traditional types of clothing while providing advanced protection.
Before, workers were limited in terms of types of FR clothing available on the market. Now, new entrants into the FRC marketplace have narrowed the gap between traditional FRC and ordinary clothing. For example:
View our video to learn more about the growth in FR style options!
We understand that workers need to be able to bend, reach and stretch in their clothing so Tyndale offers clothing that fits true-to-size. Imagine FR clothing you want to wear!
Safety managers with large territories know that the weather can vary significantly from one location to the next. Tyndale manufactures and distributes a full-line of FR clothing options – from FR pants and t-shirts to hoodies, and FR rainwear to 3 season jackets.
To help workers find the right style, Tyndale’s choice program enables employees to choose the garments that fit them best. Rather than just being able to choose from a catalog, workers can try on pants, shirts and jackets before placing their order. This allows workers to order the type of clothing they prefer based on style and fit.
Tyndale is leading the way in FR clothing style. New to FR clothing, and available in limited quantities, is our long sleeve Longhorn Shirt (seen right). Inspired by the oil and gas activity in Texas, this shirt is a special edition and won’t be available for long.