Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing points out Global Apparel Manufacturing industry’s turnover is $618 billion a year, while it is growing rapidly in Asia and declining in the US. Companies in developed nations take advantage of cheap labour in emerging markets. As a result, rising number of manufacturers are leaving the US and Europe and setting up operations in North and Central Asia.
Miller Jeans for comfort & protection
The Miller Industrial Jeans offers comfort and protection. Though clothes are used more to make a fashion statement, their basic purpose is to protect the body. The new invention is made of impenetrable material and designed for hard labour. These jeans have pockets that industrial workers and people on the move can easily use. They also have removable knee-pads that protect the wearer, besides being comfortable for walking, kneeling, and moving things around.
The apparel uses rectangular and flexible pads that allows air-flow and doesn't impede blood circulation. The fit is snug and makes use of hook and loop fasteners that secure the knee-pads in place. The good part is, these jeans can be used in any environment, hot or cold and would not wear down due to constant use. Thus, durability is a key factor.
Hard labour just got easy
Miller jeans inventor Gilbert M says plumbers, electricians, carpenters, and mechanics have to kneel, stand and move around a lot and these jeans are best for them. Also, people working in construction sites may be unaware of the presence of a nail on the floor as they kneel, and this invention works for them as well. Gilbert says the jeans can save people from accidents while being ergonomic and comfortable and protection is of paramount importance.
The moot point is that the Miller Industrial Jeans is a unique apparel invention that promises to make the already hard labour of construction a bit easier to bear.