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At Portwest we operate a system of continuous product improvement, ensuring that the latest technological advances are incorporated into our products. Read about our latest developments in this section.

Extreme Breathable Rainwear

High Performance Rainwear

Flexibility with added Stretch

Portwest PWR High Visibility series is constructed from state of-the-art high performance waterproof and breathable textiles.

Using innovative technology, the fabric provides maximum waterproof, breathable and windproof protection which far exceeds the current highest Class 4:4 requirements for EN 343.

Portwest PWR is constructed from state-of-the-art high performance waterproof and breathable textiles.

Using innovative technology, the base fabric has been engineered to provide a technical barrier against the elements.

Introducing a new range of stretch workwear trousers, in an updated slim fit combined with outstanding features.

The premium stretch fabric and the slim fit shape gives the ultimate in comfort and all round freedom of movement for the wearer.

The Portwest Advantage

Powerful LED Lighting Solutions

Product Safety Notice

For over 116 years, Portwest has been manufacturing Safety Workwear and Personal Protective Equipment of the highest standards.

Now one of the fastest growing workwear companies in the world, Portwest has 1350+ innovative safety products, customer service staff in 130 countries and 6 global distribution centres.

The Portwest LED High Visibility collection uses innovative integrated and compatible LED’s to offer enhanced visibility.

The bright fluorescent fabric combined with HiVisTex retro reflective tape and LED lights offer the highest level of visible protection in low light conditions.

Quality Issue: Style P351 , LOT number: XI1122APL, on sale November 2022 to March 2023

An isolated batch of P351 Masks, imported by Portwest in Europe and UK, and manufactured by a third-party have recently been identified as marginally failing the filter penetration test.