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The shape of safety

How protective clothing designed for women’s bodies promotes safety and advances equity.

Features | February 1, 2022 | By: Sigrid Tornquist

As more women perform job duties once dominated by men, they need to have clothing made specifically for their body types. The bottom line for women’s protective clothing is safety, no matter the purpose. Photo: Dragonwear. Fit and function cannot be separated when it comes to protective clothing—and yet for years, anyone who didn’t possess […]


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