Frequently Asked Questions




GENERAL
WHERE IS WALLS WORKWEAR MADE?

Walls proudly designs its workwear in Fort Worth, Texas, the heart of our home state where we’ve been rooted since 1938. We construct our gear from the strongest, toughest, highest caliber work-rated materials including duck, super duck, denim, cotton and heavyweight flannel. We build our workwear at leading-edge sewing factories in global centers of apparel manufacturing in Bangladesh, Vietnam, Kenya and Haiti. We are a proudly American-owned company. Learn more about Walls Workwear.

DOES WALLS MAKE A WATERPROOF JACKET?

Walls Outdoor Goods jackets are all made to stand up to the jobsite elements. But when it comes to waterproof, there are different degrees of elemental protection.

Like technical outdoor or tactical gear, our Bristlecone Series utilizes a 3K/3K waterproof/breathable PU material coating—which both seals out wet weather and lets the body breathe during long, hard workdays. Our Bristlecone Bridgeport rugged gauge work jacket and our Bristlecone Edgewood duck work coat are constructed with waterproof material panels in the chest and other critical areas to stop weather from soaking in. The seams are not fully sealed like in a rain coat, which allows for more breathability when working hard outside. All Bristlecone Series jackets feature a DWR (durable water repellent) exterior to shed rain, sleet and snow off the surface.

The second level of resistance is weather-shedding protection and Walls builds two collections of outdoor-work-rated styles that feature a surface DWR, including our Super Duck collection that includes the Mingus work bomber, the Cypress work coat , the Oak Ridge work trucker and both of our insulated bib overalls—the Mason bib overall and the Frost bib overall . Our 3LB work hoodie, Coleman sherpa-lined duck work vest and Ditchdigger Pro double-knee work pant are also fortified with a material DWR for another layer of wet weather protection.

WHERE CAN I FIND COVERALLS?

From the energy industry to the extraction industry, coveralls for the jobsite or worksite have been a centerpiece of the Walls Outdoor Goods® brand for eight decades. Our Plano insulated duck work coverall is a classic that has earned its stripes in bitter cold conditions like Alaska’s North Slope or the Alberta Oil Fields with a 135-gram insulated lining. The Garland insulated twill work coverall — with 135-gram insulated warmth but more breathable twill fabric—is a reliable everyday partner for turning wrenches in unheated shops or on big jobsites where temperatures and weather shift without warning.

For warmer weather or just exceptionally dirty jobs—from wrenching, ranching and welding to diesel mechanic or industrial plumber—we also build the Taft, the Tatum and the Taylor coveralls to a heightened technical spec for protection against grease, grit and grime with the same attention to construction, durability and craftsmanship that defines our Walls Outdoor Goods® brand.

WHERE CAN I FIND WORKPANTS?

The best workpants are the ones built to keep up with the guy who knows how to get the job done, without drama, day in and day out. Logical construction, craftsmanship detail and rugged durability are all hallmarks of the technical workwear Walls Outdoor Goods® builds for men who are wired to work outside, from independent tradesmen to day laborers. The proud hero of our brand is the Ditchdigger —both the Ditchdigger Pro double-knee work pant and the Ditchdigger twill all-season work pant. These hardworking pants combine lasting toughness, material flexibility and weather resistance with a name you can trust in the trades.

If you’re looking for performance, comfort and toughness in your everyday work pant, the Ditchdigger Pro work pant brings both technical construction and material durability. Built with reinforced triple-needle stitching, articulated double-knee twill, tapered legs, burly kickplates and our Smooth Move™ hidden elastic waistband, these work pants are tailor-made for getting the job done right. What makes Walls different from the rest is an attention to technical detail that has given rise to logical technical innovations such as energy orange pocket bags and a gusseted crotch for unrestricted reach and range.

WHAT DO I WEAR FOR A LANDSCAPING JOB?

Working hard outdoors means that you beat relentlessly on your gear. As a landscaper you’re exposed to bitter cold, extreme heat and everything in between. Yet bad weather is no excuse to call in sick. Our most popular choice of gear for landscaping crews is our 3LB hoodie, a reinforced, fortified sweatshirt that keeps you warm, lets your core breathe and sheds weather with a surface DWR (durable water repellent). The hoodie cut and fit is loose enough allow freedom of movement when digging, twisting or lifting, yet won’t ever feel too big or bulky, even if you’re a 3XL.

For maximum toughness and rugged weather protection, our reinforced duck canvas jackets and bibs are the top choice for basically any job where the elements are a daily struggle. In winter our insulated collection of Super Duck essentials fights the chill, while the intense heat of summer demands a pick from our Sunwall™ collection —gear that is rated up to UPF 50+ to protect your neck, arms and wrists from turning red or crisping in the hot sun. Because material flexibility is mandatory when landscaping, our legendary Ditchdigger Pro double-knee work pant and Ditchdigger twill double-knee all-season work pant are the everyday standbys for jobs that are all about moving dirt, rock and debris. They both feature articulated knees, a Smooth Move™ waistband and a worker’s relaxed fit. .

WHAT DO I WEAR FOR A CONSTRUCTION JOB?

Hardworking tradesmen know about early starts, abrasive conditions and challenging weather. They also know to pick the right tool for the job. At Walls, we make a full kit of tools matched to the task at hand and the weather that’s on the radar. Jobsite, construction zone or just that giant hole in the earth that is birthing a skyscraper, we’ll match task and toughness in what you wear to work.

If it’s a cold, rainy November Monday morning and the suits are headed into a climate controlled office—but you need elemental protection to lead your crew through a tricky framing job—the last thing you need to be thinking about is the weather outside.

In that been-there scenario, our Bristlecone rugged-gauge flex knit Bridgeport work jacket will keep you protected from the elements with a 3K/3K waterproof/breathable membrane in critical areas, while our tough, flexible Ditchdigger Pro duck double-knee work pant will enable you to move and hustle between tasks on the tick list. For rugged material resistance, our other Super Duck styles, such as our Coleman sherpa-lined duck work vest will withstand rough wear, job after job when working in the building, framing or construction trades.

When the clouds part, at least for a few hours, the standby on every construction site (and at every lunch truck) is the Walls Outdoor Goods® 3LB hoodie, a fortified sweatshirt that will keep you warm and comfortable without distraction. Made with thick, tough 440-weight cotton/poly material that is treated with a surface DWR, it breathes naturally to prevent overheating on the jobsite, yet won’t shred under pressure or restrict your range of motion. It can hang no matter the work or the weather.

On days when the sun shines as hot and bright as it gets—or when you’re working on a roof or surrounded by a blacktop desert—our first pick is the Sunwall™ collection for maximum UPF protection. The Dodson hoodie is our most technical selection that fuses the material technology of technical outdoor or tactical wear with jobsite readiness to turn your hot-and-humid-weather kit into a material version of sunscreen for protection from intense solar rays.

WHY DO PLUMBERS WEAR OVERALLS?

Aside from the obvious crack about, well, a little too much crack, plumbers wear overalls because they are always reaching, twisting and bending into tight quarters and strange contortions. A plumber’s world is cold, wet, dirty and grimy. Plumbers ply their critical trade under filthy houses in damp, tight crawl spaces or—if they are lucky—on your dirty floor or in your mucky basement. A plumber’s world is a mess and they are the ones you call to fix it fast.

To survive in this trade you need protection and coverage, which is why overalls and coveralls have been the plumber’s uniform longer than we’ve been alive. One of the plumber’s choice picks in our line is the Frost insulated duck work bib overall , which features reinforced water-resistant knees, hand-warmer pass-through pockets and reinforced kick plates for working in cold, unheated situations.

For everyday protection from the grit, Walls guys also reach for our Plano insulated duck work coverall for the same attention to technical detail that’s required day in and day out to get a plumber’s job done. And, for steamy, sweaty months in hot southern climates, our long-and short-sleeved workhorses, including the Taft, the Tatum and the Taylor work coveralls are poplin, twill and cotton material standbys for cool breathability so a hardworking plumber won’t get soaked with sweat from the inside.

WHERE CAN I BUY OUTDOOR WORK CLOTHES?

Walls Outdoor Goods® workwear is sold throughout the Deep South, Upper Midwest, Industrial Northeast and West Coast Boomtown regions of America at workwear shops, hardware stores and farm & ranch supply locations. We’re from Texas, but nationally we are sold at Tractor Supply® as well as through regional heavyweights such as Blain’s Farm & Fleet®. You’ll also find us locally at independent workwear shops or sold direct through Amazon® and here at www.walls.com .




ORDERING & SHIPPING
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DO YOU SHIP OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES?

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About Us

Founded in 1938, Walls® Workwear has been a leader in providing quality construction and outdoor work clothes for about 85 years. We are the most recognized brand in the industry, known for our commitment to quality and service. Our clothing is designed to keep you comfortable and safe on the job, whether you're working in the hot sun or cold weather. We offer a wide range of products, from pants and shirts to jackets and hats, so you can find the right gear for your job. And because we know that durability is important to our customers, all of our clothing is backed by our Quality Guarantee. Whether you're looking for a new pair of jeans or a complete work wardrobe, Walls® Workwear has everything you need to get the job done.