Perfection Uniforms receives Univator Award for innovation in clothing industry
Published on 6 March 2008
Perfection Uniforms again won the UNIVATOR Award created by UniformMarket to honor the best programs, ideas and innovations in the industry.
Building on its success, Perfection Uniforms in 2007 introduced the StratusSeries line of coordinated stretch poly/rayon fabrics designed for Class A law enforcement uniforms. While the look is similar, there are subtle differences not ordinarily found in traditional Class A’s. Garments using the StratusSeries resist wrinkles, repel water and are highly breathable. The fabrics also feature a UPF 40+ rating for ultraviolet/sun protection, the highest standard for apparel. The result is a first-class look and fresh appearance for officers.
Unique product features also simplify the customization process at the dealer level. For example, Silicon creasing on the sleeves means store owners can perfectly center a patch on a shirt, saving both effort and time. Other design elements resulted from the input of officers. For instance, the inside security pocket with zip closure on trousers was developed after several wear tests. The company is a strong believer in wear testing its products to assure it has achieved the level of excellence customers have come to expect.
Information on all Perfection Performance Series & the Perfection Valued Dealer Network is now available at their website. Perfection Uniforms, based in Brentwood, Tennessee, is one of the fastest growing uniform companies in the US, and our uniforms are distributed internationally through a select network of valued, full service dealers.
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