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Milwaukee Tool fall clothing collection aims to bring style and comfort to job sites

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The Milwaukee Tool midweight pullover hoodie and the grey and black Milwaukee Gridiron snapback trucker

Milwaukee Tool has increased its lineup of trade-dedicated workwear with the introduction of the midweight pullover hoodie, heavy-duty sherpa-lined vest, and a new colourway of the Gridiron trucker hat. Milwaukee's new workwear is designed to withstand all job site conditions while still maintaining comfort. 

The new Milwaukee Tool midweight pullover hoodie 

The new midweight pullover hoodie is constructed of a lighter-weight, cotton polyblend material allowing for easy layering and ideal breathability. For added durability, the hoodie features a forward shoulder design, and the drop shoulder seams are paired with reinforced pockets that reduce wear and tear. The new hoodies include rib-knit cuffs and waistband, a drawstring adjustable hood, and is fleece-lined.

The new Milwaukee Tool heavy-duty sherpa-lined vest

The heavy-duty sherpa-lined vest is constructed to be durable and functional with a canvas outer layer for tear and abrasion resistance, a wear-resistant drop shoulder design that improves mobility, and reinforced high-wear zones in the front pocket and under-arm stitching. The vest is Sherpa lined with a drop tail for extended coverage to limit exposure to the elements and keep users warm and comfortable throughout the day. The vest features five easy-to-access tool storage pockets so users can easily transport their tools around the job site.

The new Milwaukee Tool Gridiron snapback trucker hat

Now available in a grey and black colourway, the Milwaukee Gridiron snapback trucker hat is built from a breathable and lightweight combination of cotton, Gridiron Ripstop polyester, and nylon. Designed to fit every head with an adjustable snapback, this front six-panel trucker-style cap features a curved visor, providing shade from direct sunlight on the job site or enjoying time outdoors.

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