Chances are you need some gear for your job in the oil and gas industry if you’re reading this. Before continuing, it’s important to know that if you’re working on a rig, this gear is going to be with you for months on end. It’s important to purchase all the apparel that you’ll need, that way you aren’t out in the middle of the ocean without the proper things.

It’s also important to purchase gear that’s durable and comfortable. That’s why we’ve compiled the list of five best oil and gas apparel companies so you can worry about the job, not your clothes.

  1. Dry Canyon

Dry Canyon is an apparel company in Utah started by a former journeyman linemen. They have an impressive line of heavy jackets, pants, shirts, and even head covers and eyewear that’s definitely worth checking out.

  1. Oil & Gas Safety Supply

You can find a lot of apparel from Oil & Gas Safety Supply on Amazon–rightfully so. This business is proudly woman-owned, and primarily sources workers in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio at their physical store locations.

  1. Gearcor

The Oil & Gas industry isn’t the only one that Gearcor sources. Established in 2003, the company has cargo pants, gloves, overalls, fleece-lined jackets, and a variety of well-made shirts in stock. You’ll be able to get anything you need here at their online store.

  1. Drifire

Drifire is special because they have a patent which was approved in 1999 that’s best explained as a then-breakthrough blend of fibers which significantly increased moisture-wicking and fast-drying technologies. You can see it on their website and products–they mean business. They source all the obvious oil and gas apparel, and they also have apparel for women as well–setting them apart from the pack.

  1. Workrite Uniform Company

With over 40 years of personal protective equipment experience, Workrite takes the cake as the best oil and gas apparel company by a longshot. They have a slick website, a long line of overalls, shirts, outerwear, pants, and women’s apparel.

About The Author Thomas Kuegler

I am a full-time journalist, travel blogger, and digital nomad currently traveling the United States. I'm a regular contributor at The Huffington Post, and my work has also been featured on sites like The Inquisitr and The Odyssey Online. Some of my hobbies include cooking, reading, and having uncontrollable fits of excitement whenever I see dogs. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing from Messiah College, and in the future I want to backpack Europe by myself, meeting amazing and wonderful people around every corner.