Close up of ambulance jacket
Close up of ambulance jacket
Close up of ambulance jacket


Workwear must function optimally for its specific area of use and be both hardwearing and comfortable. This is why it is important to use materials with properties that make the garments as functional, durable and comfortable as possible. We use innovative materials and technical fabrics to ensure exceptional quality and longevity.

Breathable inner layers

For our t-shirts, polo shirts and base layers, we use materials such as Tencel, recycled polyester and Merino wool. These are materials with excellent moisture transport to keep you dry even during hot and intensive work. Merino wool and Tencel are naturally antibacterial materials. You can also find t-shirts in comfortable cotton in our selection.

Trousers that stay in shape

EripioWear trousers are made of hardwearing fabrics that are comfortable to wear. Work trousers with stretch sections create freedom of movement and provide better comfort during your working day. Our ambulance trousers and station trousers have a main fabric consisting of a durable blend of polyester and cotton to retain color and shape and withstand industrial washing.

Shell trousers in three-layer CROSSTECH® from GORE-TEX protect you against wind, water and blood contamination. The Lightfire trousers consist of a blend of Nomex III, Lenzing FR and polyamide, with 1 percent anti-static. The material is certified according to EN ISO 11611, EN IEC 61482, EN1149-5 and EN ISO 11612.


Our popular shell trousers and shell jackets in GORE-TEX CROSSTECH® protect you against blood contamination and chemicals such as battery acid and hydraulic fluids. They are also wind and waterproof. The material has excellent breathability and helps your body regulate body heat even in very hot work environments.

GORE-TEX CROSSTECH® is a material with long durability. The garments retain their functionality even after many washes and a lot of work in tough environments. This is important for you to feel safe in your work.