News-Releases Index | Dovetail Workwear
Keep Warm and Get Cosy™: Dovetail Workwear Debuts Fall-Winter 2019 Collection (10/1/18)
Working women from the Rockies to the Great White North and beyond can cosy up
to Dovetail Workwear’s new winterized collection, debuting at Outdoor Retailer
Winter Market 2018 Booth # VO200 – UL in the Venture Out area.
For their first fall collection, Dovetail has engineered utility, durability and ultimate
warmth in their new winterized styles.
A breakthrough Cosy ™? fabric in new versions of the Britt Utility Pant and Freshley
Overall provides critical cold-weather resistance without sacrificing signature stretch
Made from a double-textured fleeced denim, this fabric’s all-in-one thermo-dynamic
warmth doesn’t come from stiff, bulky liners or bonding. Cosy™? fabric is 40%
warmer than regular denim in terms of thermoregulation and windproof properties.
“Since forever, tradeswomen and outdoorists have had to choose between weak
winter tech-fabrics that easily rip or bulky overclothes,” co-founder Kyle Begley said.
“We are innovators in the women’s workpant segment, so its natural to extend that to
Also launching at OR is Dovetail Workwear’s new outerwear line, including:
The Eli Chore Coat fashioned from strong, abrasion-resistant Cordura® fabric with a
fleece core and poly-fill insulation; a longer back; underarm vents; shoulder blade
swing gussets; and five intuitive pockets.The Evaleen Trucker Jacket, available in soft
shell or waxed canvas, includes reinforced elbows; a utility sleeve pocket; four
additional deep pockets; and low-profile metal rivets at stress points.
The Mfon Work Vest has been tailored for ultimate fit and function including wind,
water and abrasion resistance; neck coverage; three deep pockets; and low-profile
metal rivets at stress points.Like the styles debuted at Outdoor Retailer Summer
Market 2018, working women like the Salmon Sisters, Denver road crews, and a
carpenter’s apprentice in Antarctica have collaborated and tested
Dovetails gear in all conditions to help build this new winter collection.
“We always empower our customers and team of wear-testers to share ideas for new
products,” co-founder and product development director Sara DeLuca said. “These
pieces answer the calls from women in physical jobs and pursuits who need their
apparel to hold up to the elements."
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