Many gardeners will wear ordinary cloths into the garden, however specially designed gardening clothes do have a few advantages.
Being tougher, resistant to tearing, protective and easy to wash are all essential elements to look for in garden clothes.
The best gardening clothes for both women and men are designed to be protective.
All should provide protection from
- The elements Sun, wind and Rain
- Injury from thorns, prickles and the like.
For both women and men can a great range of garden clothes can now be purchased Online from many gardening clothes suppliers.
What Gardening clothes to look for.
Clothes available include gardening gloves, gardening knee pads and specialist Gardening clothes for women and men. Gardening clogs and specialist gardening footwear are also popular.
Garden clothes for women
Specialist clothes for women are also available, and this is mostly about fit and a a little different look. Many designed with better fit than generic types, this can help ensure better comfort in the garden.
Garden Clothing for men and women differ only slightly, however for many items in practical terms it is only the size that is important.
Gardening gloves designed for women are usually a slimmer fit, although most gardening gloves are suitable for women and men, it’s really a matter of size.
Specialist Women’s Garden Clothing includes a range of Women’s Garden Gloves, Hats, Gardening Shoes, Boots, Clogs and Women’s Overalls that are designed for the hard wear of gardening.
Of course designer garden clothing for both women and men is available if required.
Gardening Clothes – The essential list.
Our top six specialist garden clothes are listed :
- Gardening Gloves.
Essential to protect hands from dirt and thorns, as well as eliminating contact with irritating sap from some garden plants.
- Gardening Knee Pads.
If you do a lot of weeding and kneeling, you will eventually appreciate knee pads, they protect your knees and make a day in the garden more comfortable.
- Gardening Boots
Whatever yo wear on you feet, make them comfortable, tough and keep them for garden use only. Look for boots or shoes that are easy to take off, and easy to clean.
- Gardening Coats.
Protection form the cold, the wind and the rain
- Protective Glasses and Earmuffs.
If you using power equipment then you need to protect your ears and your eyes
- Gardening Hats.
Keeps the sun off your face, protect your skin and stay cool in a hat with a brim.