Blåkläder’s new trousers are just as at home on the building site as they are after work.
It’s not often you find workwear that keeps you looking good whether you’re on-site or out with your mates. But Blåkläder’s 1999 Craftsmen Stretch Trousers hit the spot wherever they are worn, giving younger construction workers a great way to combine comfort and functionality with the latest style.
A low crotch and tapered legs mean fashion-conscious younger workers no longer have to compromise between a great look and practical, hardwearing features – now they can enjoy both.
More than just a pretty face, the new 1999 Craftsmen Stretch Trousers come with a lifetime guarantee on all seams and are engineered for ease of use. For instance, the tough Cordura® Denim is cut to hang easily on the hip. Stretch panels in the crotch and wthe calves make movement more comfortable, While the zippered nail pockets can either be loose or fixed to the leg to prevent trapping, for instance when climbing a ladder.
“It’s often the small details that make a big difference,” says Keith La Roche, Blåkläder’s Managing Director UK & Ireland. “Take the belt loops. We’ve designed them to be thicker at rear than the front. This gives better weight distribution through a belt and greater strength when you’re bending or crouching, making you more comfortable and ensuring the loops don’t fail.”