Quite often, farmers will use the pair of overalls that came free a recent tractor purchase, or a generic pair from a farm shop, but which are best for the job? Farmers Guardian decided to put the 7 most popular farm overalls to the test.
Farm overalls are multi-use garments and need to be comfortable to use throughout the year in varying temperatures, yet give you the ample movement to allow getting in and out of tractor cabs, crawling underneath as well as handling livestock.
Farmers Guardian decided to put the 7 most popular farm overalls to the test.
The tests consisted of scoring on the following criteria
Getting them on
Quality of material
Quality of finish
Pocket space, size, location and usefulness
Protection, warmth and safety
Valtra (by Dimex)
Case IH (by Ostscher)
Fendt (by Works)
Claas (by H.T Hughes)
John Deere (by Dickies)
In the end it was the Valtra overalls that received the highest score.
The full article can be seen here in www.farmersguardian.com.