Klein Tools’ New Winter Gear Designed to Keep You Warm Throughout the Winter

January 5, 2021

Klein Tools, for professionals since 1857, recently introduced its new 2020 line of winter gear, a seasonal line of items designed to keep you warm throughout the winter season.

Winter Helmet Liner (Cat. No. 60383)

  •    –   Made of soft polar fleece and windproof fabric
  •    –   Retain warmth with polar fleece fabric on crown of liner
  •    –   Protect ears with 360-degree of windproof fabric around liner
  •    –   Stretchable and soft fabric for secure fit
  •    –   Wear comfortable under hard hats or alone
  •    –   Reflective logo
  •    –   One size fits most


Knit Beanie (Cat. No. 60391)

  •    –   Fleece lined for extra comfort and warmth
  •    –   Ribbed-knit for snug fit
  •    –   Wear under a hard hat or alone
  •    –   High-visibility yellow trim
  •    –   Shell is made of 100% dry acrylic and lining is made of 65% polyolefin, 35% polyester
  •    –   One size fits most


Heavy Knit Hat (Cat. No. 60388)

  •    –   Made from heavy knit to provide extra warmth in cold weather
  •    –   Limited edition vintage Klein Tools logo prominent on front of hat
  •    –   Durable construction with smooth seams and snag resistant
  •    –   Wide cuff keep ears extra warm and blocks wind
  •    –   Snug fit for warmth and comfort in cold elements
  •    –   Made of 98% polyester, 2% spandex
  •    –   One size fits most


Wind Proof Hinged Balaclava (Cat. No. 60132)

  •    –   Stretchable one-piece fleece for ultimate warmth
  •    –   Extra layer of wind-protectant fabric on mouth and neck panel
  •    –   Designed with hinged top and can be used as a neck gaiter
  •    –   Long length to keep your neck warm
  •    –   3-panel construction for comfort
  •    –   Flat lock seams won’t irritate skin
  •    –   One size fits most


Heat Exchanger Balaclava (Cat. No. 60413)

  •    –   Made with high-performance 320g fleece for cold weather
  •    –   Technology captures heat from each exhaled breath and brings the heat back to the body’s core, helping to prevent loss of body heat
  •    –   Heat exchangers is removable for versatility and adjusts with hook and loop attachment for a form-fit
  •    –   Designed to be worn with safety googles
  •    –   Built in aluminum nose piece allows for snug fit every time


Thermal Dipped Gloves (Cat. Nos. 60389 (L) and 60390 (XL))

  •    –   Double dipped and terry lined for protection and warmth in cold weather
  •    –   Coated with latex shell for water resistance
  •    –   Second coating of textured latex on palm and fingers for superior grip
  •    –   Thick lining of 7-gram rushed acrylic to retain warmth
  •    –   Tear and abrasion resistant while still maintaining flexibility for great dexterity
  •    –   Ribbed-knit cuff for secure fit
  •    –   Meets standards EN388-2016 2131X and EN511:2006 X1X


Merino Wool Thermal Socks (Cat. Nos. 60381 (L) and 60382 (XL))

  •    –   Made in USA with Merino Wool for temperature regulation, moisture wicking and odor reduction
  •    –   Mid-length socks have a seamless toe closure for reduced bulk and less friction
  •    –   Full reinforced sole for extra durability
  •    –   Cushioned foot bed for sock absorption, flexibility and all-day comfort
  •    –   Contoured rib top to hold sock in place
  •    –   Arch support for tension relief


High-Visibility Winter Bomber Jacket (Cat. Nos. 60364 (L) and 60380 (XL))

  •    –   Made with 220-gram insulation for superior warmth
  •    –   Water and wind resistant PU coated outer shell
  •    –   ANSI rated Type R Class 3 with 2-inch reflective stripes
  •    –   Zipped underarm vents with mess allows for air circulation and stoppers can be rolled into collar and can be worn with hard hats and layers
  •    –   Cuffs feature hook and loop adjustable closures for the perfect fit
  •    –    Storm flap with snaps protects zippered from
  •    –   10 internal and external pockets plus dual mic tabs
  •    –   Dark fabric panel on lower from and inside sleeves hides dirt


Hand Warmers, 5-Pair (Cat. No. 60144)

  •    –   Provide up to 12 hours of long-lasting heat
  •    –   Ready to use and easy to activate
  •    –   Air-activated; no need to shake
  •    –   Lightweight and portable for use on the jobsite
  •    –   Disposable, one-time use warmers are made of natural ingredients
  •    –   Odorless and dry
  •    –   Conveniently packaged with 5 pairs of warmers

“When designing the 2020 line of winter gear, we looked to develop products that were functional and covered all the bases of warming needs across a jobsite,” said Craig Fransen, senior product manager at Klein Tools. “With the pieces included in this line, we’ve covered trade professionals from head to toe in high quality products that are engineered to give them the best in cold weather protection, lasting over multiple winter seasons.”


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