Carhartt receives Full Swing technology patent

Since 1889, Carhartt has been the top workwear brand in America. The company recently earned a patent for their Full Swing technology, which features a secret stretch back layer that increases range of motion while retaining the garment’s structural integrity and functionality. The brand’s outerwear products include a number of items that use the unique technology.
Traditionally, the outer shells of outerwear items are made in a single piece. Particularly when the arms are raised, stretched, or bent, this might bind, limit, or lessen the range of arm, thoracic, and shoulder motion. According to the manufacturer, Full Swing is special because it increases range of motion through covert panels in the rear that permit stretching without compromising the integrity and functionality of the equipment. Carhartt a better bib for railway engineers 130 years ago, Hamilton Carhartt established the company as an innovator, according to Alex Guerrero, Senior Vice President, General Manager, Global Product at Carhartt. He spoke with customers, listened to their needs, and then set out to design practical, comfortable, and long-lasting workwear based on their suggestions. The same procedure is still used in our product innovation process today, and we continue to innovate the greatest product solutions by daily drawing inspiration from those who work hard. One example is the Full Swing technique we use.

Hundreds of workers who want a wider range of motion provided comments that helped create Carhartt Full Swing. For immediate recovery, jackets have a Mighty Back bi-swing stretch panel between the shoulders and a Flex Elbow with a stretch panel and articulated seams for less restriction, and the underarm Freedom Gusset to prevent sleeve ride-ups.

The Full Swing patented technology is offered in several of Carhartt’s outerwear styles including its Cryder jacket, Armstrong jacket, Caldwell jacket and iconic Chore coat.

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