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the shift that never ends

the shift that
never ends

We don't make gear for Mother's Day, because for those 24 hours, Mom's resting. Save her favorite workwear for the other 364 days.

take a break
mom, you
earned it

Mother-Daughter Ironworkers,
Carolina and Kat

Mother-Daughter
Ironworkers,
Carolina and Kat

Carolina decided to become an ironworker after seeing the Space Needle nearly 25 years ago. She was a single mom, new to Seattle and looking for a line of work with good pay and benefits. Most of the “female jobs” she applied for, like typist or medical translator, paid little with zero benefits. The trades on the other hand, offered exactly what she was looking for.

The beginning of Carolina’s ironworking career was full of challenges. She was often the only woman on site and had to work twice as hard to prove herself. With such a hardworking example, Carolina’s daughter Kat also became an ironworker. In fact, she’s in the same local chapter as her mom.

 
image, welder
keys welding hat bib pocket and logo
 

I walked tall and fearless, to make it another day and provide for my daughter. I gave no one permission to break me or make me feellike I did not belong.

 

Carolina Taylor

Ironworker

Your Favorite Legging in Three
Different Styles

Your Favorite Legging in Three
Different Styles

From lightweight to midweight to our new ankle length, we’re offering even more variety for whatever your work day holds. Our FastDry®, Rugged Flex® and odor-fighting technology will keep you moving. Each pair is outfitted with all the pockets, stretch, and durability you need.

 

Wind turbine technician Jessica Kilroy is no stranger to the hot seat. Her job requires advanced rock-climbing and rope-rigging skills. When she’s in harsh locations, like the deserts of Joshua Tree, she needs gear she can depend on.

“Technicians work in high wind speeds on turbine towers that are between 262 and 328 feet tall. First we climb a ladder inside inside the tower and anchor our ropes. Then we rappel off the nose cone and secure ourselves to the blunt side of the wind turbine blade.” - Jessica Kilroy

Our new women’s Force line can handle any job, with technology that keeps you cool as temperatures rise and fabric that stretches and moves with you. You’re working hard enough already, let your clothes work for you.

Stay Dry, Keep Moving

Built to fit.
Built to work.
Built to fit.
Built to work.

Available in XS-3X and 2-26.