Eleven Workwear is a new Aussie brand
Eleven Workwear, an Australian brand that promises to up the ante when it comes to features, style and value, has launched with Asciano, Linfox and DP World Australia counted among its first customers.
Former King Gee and Hard Yakka designer Leigh Eam is behind the new range.
Eleven says that Eam "pioneered the concept that workwear could be comfortable, fashionable and innovative" and has designed the new range based on first-hand feedback from thousands of wearers and hundreds of safety and procurement officers at companies across the country.
Standard features include inbuilt sun-shield collars, fabrics with mechanical stretch and crotch gussets.
"We are humbled by the strong reception and support the new Eleven Workwear range has received from the market so far," Eam says. "The team worked tirelessly to design and manufacture a range that would set a new standard in the category.
"From the outset, we wanted to create a brand that offered ‘more’," she adds. "The notion of ‘more’ is a core value of the brand, and this manifests both in the garment design and our customer service.
"The early partnership with Asciano, Linfox and DP World Australia is testament to the high quality of the range, the innovative features included and the value for money Eleven Workwear provides."
The Eleven range is available in RSEA Safety stores nationwide or online at www.elevenworkwear.com.au. Pricing starts from $19.95 for the Short Sleeve Hi-Vis Micromesh Spliced Polo Shirt and goes up to $69.38 for the E1700 Drill Work Overalls.
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