CO GEAR WOMEN'S WORKWEAR

Co Gear offers a new genre of women’s industrial workwear by combining comfortable, practical, timeless designs, with a considered approach to creating women’s hi vis and industrial gear.

Our garments are designed in collaboration with industry leaders, including BHP and Blackwoods, and real women working across the industrial and trade vocations. Co Gear’s workwear pants, shirts, jackets, maternity range, and modesty accessories have been constructed in a way that makes them comfortable and practical all day long, allowing easy transition between all tasks that women encounter daily, be that operating and maintaining machinery, attending on site contract meetings, feeding the livestock or dropping in for the parent / teacher interview.  

We take responsibility not only for the quality of our women’s workwear range, but also the way we run our operation. We choose to live out our values of transparency, impact and longevity in our day to day operations and share these with our customers, distributors and team.

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Combatting Morning Sickness in the Workplace
July 13, 2020

Combatting Morning Sickness in the Workplace

There seems to be a silent rule of keeping pregnancies on the hush until the second trimester however if you're unwell or simply want to share the news - just do it! Confiding in your boss can take the pressure off hiding in the toilet or battling nausea during work.

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How to recognize and overcome Imposter Syndrome
July 06, 2020

How to recognize and overcome Imposter Syndrome

“Now the reason why my uniform affected my confidence was simple. It was because it was a man's uniform, a uniform made for the person who “should” be doing this job. So, it's pretty safe to say when my Impostor Syndrome was working overtime it was easy for me to say "I shouldn't be doing this job. I'm playing dress-up in men's clothing for a man's role after all."

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Unisex workwear doesn't sit well with us. Here's why.
July 05, 2020

Unisex workwear doesn't sit well with us. Here's why.

Companies will argue that there’s “unisex” options available but how inclusive are they really? Is it not just men’s clothing that’s been labelled as an afterthought to “include” women? Well we think it’s a dismal excuse to gloss over the elephant in the room. Unisex industrial workwear is not designed with women in mind.

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