Inspired by workwear used by military personnel and professional mountain guides, the Truewerk Gravitas (G) 2 WerkShirt and G2 WerkPant feature industrial thread in the seams and a no-melt fabric. Engineered with a cotton/Cordura nylon brand and a two-way stretch rip stop weave, the G2 Werk apparel line is designed for the harshest jobsites. The double-stitch T1 short has features intended for the jobsite as well.
The T1 workshorts are made of four-way stretch material and feature a DWR coating that is said to make the material abrasive resistant and enable it to dry quickly. The waist has a button and “board short” drawstring that allows you to further customize the fit. They have a gusseted crotch, double-stitch seams, and seven pockets, for things like pens, pencils, knives, phone, and so on. Available in the grey shown here. Cost $69.
These shirts are designed with three different layers: stretch-woven fabric on the front, sleeves, shoulders, and collar; lightweight breathable cotton knit on the back and sides; and a stretch-woven fabric on the elbow area. The G2 WerkShirt is equipped with a high neck with Velcro cuff to protect from hazards; an articulated elbow with slot for bump pads; shirttail detents to prevent untucking and harness detachment; reflective portions on the arms; and a deep front opening that can be zipped or snapped. Cost: $89
Equipped with the same composition as the G2 WerkShirt, these pants also have a few additional features of their own. These features include removable, customizable apron pockets and reflective hits and pad pockets to protect knees. Cost: $124