Tradie Hoodie to 7XL
Tradie Hoodie to 7XL – but extra big and long
We all know how hard Tradies work – if you don’t ….just ask them and they will tell you
But for those chilly starts – this is the one for you Mate
Super warm, heavy duty Fleece and ready for the earliest mornings – even in Tassie and maybe even if you are not a Tradie
Great colour range to 7XL
Charcoal Marle /Black
- Classic fit – great for the Big Blokes – check the size chart – bigger than most 9XL’s
- 80% Cotton for comfort, 20% Polyester for durability
- 65% Polyester, 35% Cotton for Charcoal Marle/Black
- 350gsm brushed fleece
- Rib hem on cuff and body
- Kanga pocket at Centre Front
- Pen pocket on left hand sleeve
- Fully lined hood in Jersey
- Hood with draw cord
Trady is a nickname for a tradie. It is often used informally and is a term of endearment. This is a term used in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and other English speaking countries to describe a worker in a skilled manual trade such as carpentry, plumbing or electrical work.
The term is thought to have originated in the early 1900s as an abbreviation of “traditional tradesman”. There are many different types of tradies out there, and each has its own unique skill set and area of expertise. For example, some common types of tradies include:
Regardless of their specialty, all tradies share one common trait, they’re highly skilled manual labourers who are able to work with their hands and fix things. They’re also generalists, meaning they have a wide range of knowledge and skills in a number of different areas. This makes them extremely versatile and allows them to work on a variety of different projects.
There is no doubt that being a tradie is a challenging and demanding job, but it’s also one of the most rewarding professions out there. These skilled labourers are highly sought after and earn some of the highest wages in the country. So if you’re looking for a challenging and rewarding career, consider becoming a tradie.