RESILIENCE AND COMFORT
For work on the knees, a pair of waistband trousers with knee pad pockets is the right choice. The definition of a pair of floor layer 's trousers is based on flexible elements of the work trousers and the wearing comfort during recurring curved work sequences. In addition to numerous pockets on the side thigh of the work trousers or waistband tro users, tools are always within reach and serve as a practical helper for the craftsman. Great importance is also attached to the waistband of the work trousers, as stooped work makes slipping of the waistband trousers almost inevitable.
Nevertheless, floor layer's trousers must be robust and abrasion-resistant - this is made possible by an abrasion-resistant material zone, for example made of CORDURA®, placed in appropriate areas such as the knee or also the seat area, as well as on stress-intensive pockets such as a metre rule pocket. The material composition for more robust work trousers is a mixture of cotton and polyamide, but a small proportion of polyester can also ensure a low weight and increased breathability. However, work jeans such as the KÜBLER Practiq jeans are also popular because they also offer the option of knee protection. Tilers are often out in the fresh air when cutting and need a weatherproof work jacket or waistcoat in wet weather or cool temperatures, which can also be thrown on for a short time.
KNEE PADS AS THE BE-ALL AND END-ALL OF FLOOR LAYERS' TROUSERS
For floor layers or parquet layers, most of the work is done on the knees. The EN 14404 safety standard for knee protection is a very important requirement for these trades, which can be found in work dungarees or work trousers in the form of a knee pad pocket and matching knee pads.
To fully comply with the EN 14404 standard, the matching knee pad to the standard of the work trousers must also be standardised.