1. Carhartt Gear

    Carhartt OuterwearBring on the rain, mud, snow and sleet. With the right set up from Carhartt, you will be able to withstand it all.


    If you’ve ever been out on the job in any of these tough conditions, you know that the right jacket or set of coveralls can make all the difference in how a workday goes. That’s where Carhartt’s innovation and high-quality construction comes in. Their entire line of outwear and work wear is tough-as-nails and is made to hold up to whatever you put it through.


    Their outerwear is comfortable, yet durable. They test all their fabrics way before they’re made into clothing. If it’s not the best, it doesn’t get the Carhartt name. After it’s been given the ok by the guys in the lab coats, it’s constructed with heavy-duty zippers and triple-stitching, guaranteeing that it has no weaknesses.


    For your bottom half, put on a pair of their pants, jeans or shorts. It doesn’t matter whether you choose traditional, relaxed, loose or dungaree fit… each one is made with premium fabric and designed to be comfortable from day one. You can get them with different linings, double-fronts for durability, even FR rated for those working near flames. Carhartt certainly has the ideal pair for you.


    If you need extra protection from the elements, have a looksee at Carhartt’s selection of bibs and coveralls. They’ve got heavy-duty fabric and metal rivets along with triple-stitched seams so they’ll stand up to any condition that you could possibly face.

    Carhartt Henley

    Just as durable as the rest of the Carhartt line, their shirts are great to have under your jacket. Some are available in a Work-Dry® material that will wick sweat away. You can get a button-up or a comfortable Henley style. And they have FR shirts to go with your FR pants.


    Carhartt Camo

    Done working and ready to hit the woods? Well, you’re in luck. Carhartt also has a complete line of Real Tree and Mossy Oak camo gear. Jackets, pants, bibs, gloves, boots, hats… you name it, they have it.


    Head over and take a look at all the Carhartt gear. There’s even more that we don’t have online, so if you don’t see exactly what you’re looking for, chat us online or call one of our customer service folks to get set up with just what you need.

  2. Layers of Warmth


    Warming Layers Animation

    Working in the elements can be unavoidable. There’s a job and you have to do it – regardless of how much wind or sleet, rain or snow that Mother Nature is throwing at you. Luckily, GME Supply has the hook up on all the gear that you can layer up with to stay warm.


    The concept of layering isn’t new, but toss in high-tech fabrics or specially fitting shirts and jackets… you can laugh in the face of the ice-box that is the winter months.


    Ergodyne makes a complete line that is made specifically for layering. Take a look at the CORE Performance Work Wear series. It starts with a base layer that pulls moisture away from your body. These long or short sleeve shirts are designed with a long tail, so there isn’t any crack sneaking over your belt. You can wear an all-climate version or a thermal set. They’ve also got a pair of thermal bottoms to keep your legs toasty.



    The mid-layer is up next. These short or long sleeve shirts also pull moisture away and are loose-fitting and comfortable. They’re treated with a soil release and anti-stink treatment so they’re easy to clean and won’t hold onto any funk after a long day on the job.


    Finally, the outer layer. It’s your first line of defense against the cold. Start with a tenacious set of bibs. The rugged shell is resistant to wind and rain and has reinforced areas to prevent rips and tears. There’s also built-in knee and shin pads that can be replaced with a more beefy set if required. The legs have full-length zippers so tossing boots on and off is quick and easy.


    On top, try out a thermal vest or jacket. The polyester outer paired with soft fleece lining keeps you warm and comfortable. They’re riddled with pockets to hold all your gear, radios or IDs. Plus, with extra reflective accents, you don’t have to worry about not being seen.


    After that, slip on a pair of thermal gloves and a balaclava and you can basically survive in the arctic tundra. Say hello to the penguins for us.

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