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Nalder Protective Clothing for waterproof workwear and safety clothing.
We have been manufacturing in Nelson since 1993.

Specialist Manufacturer of Quality Protective Safety Clothing & Workwear, made here in New Zealand.

Nalder products manufactured in Nelson since 1993

Since 1993 our factory in Nelson, New Zealand, has been designing and making protective workwear and hi-vis safety clothing using the most suitable materials we are able to source. With workwear safety considerations in mind, we have invested in researching and sourcing the best available fabrics and fastenings from Europe, Asia and New Zealand.

Made to New Zealand safety standards

Our wet weather clothing and gear is made to the highest New Zealand Safety standards. New Zealand sees its fair share of extreme weather, so we test and manufacture waterproof clothing and workwear that is made to withstand the toughest weather conditions.

We use 100% waterproof fabrics tested to 3000mm. You can be assured that our wet weather clothing provides full protection in extreme weather conditions.

Manufactured to your specific needs

We have an extensive range of jackets, trousers and vests which can be modified to meet the demands of your environment. We offer a choice of colours and high quality fabrics to ensure your clients or team look smart, feel comfortable and are well protected.

We have no “minimum order”.
Customise your garments.
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Nalder products are long lasting, durable workwear

Tried and tested in New Zealand and overseas conditions. Be warm, dry and hi vis for safety.

We manufacture an extensive range that are being used in New Zealand, Australia, Antarctica, South America and the Pacific Islands, by many industries including: Fishing, Forestry, Farming, Aquaculture, Mining, Construction, Marine, Drilling, Yachting, Stevedores, Cold Storage.

New Zealand Made Quality
Personalised Service
Customise Your Garments
Volume Discounts

Nalder bib trousers and parkas
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