Public safety is an all-day, all-year position, and emergencies aren’t going to take a break because you’re feeling chilly. Blauer uses the latest fabric and construction technology to keep firefighters, police, EMTs and security officers warm without feeling buried under layers and layers of clothing. We developed this public safety cold weather apparel for the officers who told us they needed maximum warmth in clothing that is still lightweight and mobile. We have B.WARM cruiser jackets, sweaters, lightweight fleece jackets, outerwear pants and other apparel that is practical, comfortable and professional-looking.
B.WARM Public Responder Apparel
When you see the B.WARM® logo, it means a garment has an extra layer of insulation that traps in warm temperatures and prevents cold air from reaching your skin. This insulation can take the form of bonded fleece interiors, built-in pile lining or even zip-out fleece liners such as those in our Blauer System Outerwear. We do this while retaining the breathability of the original fabrics for better overall temperature regulation. By integrating this insulation into the garment, you can wear fewer layers on duty so you have better freedom of movement.
Wool Winter Apparel for Public Safety
If you live in a colder region, consider ordering wool blend uniform shirts and pants as your regular or seasonal apparel. We use Merino wool in our fabric blend that is naturally soft, elastic and breathable so you will feel cozy as you work. Furthermore, this type of wool actively responds to body temperature changes. This means it will help warm you up in cool weather and then help cool you down when the temperatures warm up.
Stay Warm on Every Shift
Dozens of Blauer garments and accessories are designed for cold weather use. In addition to jackets and pants, we also have responder hats, insulated gloves, base layers and police boots for everyday duty. We even have tactical vest carriers and socks that use our warming technology so every part of your body is ready for action. We’ve been keeping responders warm since 1936 and continue to develop new products to meet their needs.