Cold Protection

January 2020


Trends in ... cold protection

‘Lives on the line’
Working in cold conditions can be challenging, even dangerous. Without adequate protection, outdoor workers may experience frostbite and hypothermia, a potentially deadly form of cold stress that occurs when a person’s body temperature drops below 95° F. Here, industry insiders discuss new technology being used to help keep workers safe in cold conditions, and offer helpful tips.
Read More

Traction aid

The Due North Heavy Duty traction aid features 40% more natural rubber. The additional material provides cut and abrasion resistance while ensuring maximum performance for the life of the product.
Read More

Work boots

The LoggerMax 9-inch Logger boot features a Vibram all-terrain Fire and Ice Sole for best-in-class slip resistance with exceptional grip and durability.
Read More


The T4 WerkHoody is an insulated shell built to handle the coldest of jobsites. It is engineered with four-way stretch, has reflective details and is temperature regulating for excess body heat during movement.
Read More

Traction aid

The Stride Full Foot Ice Traction Aid provides full coverage for maximum traction support on ice or snow. Forty-eight steel cleats offer superior bite and traction in all conditions.
Read More

Winter glove

The T-REX Arctic Series TRX614W Winter Extreme Impact Glove features an Insulcore Extreme Thermal Lining that provides ultimate cold-weather protection and a unique Aquagard Waterproof Membrane to keep hands dry.
Read More