Established in Sydney by Mr Robert Adcock, KingGee has been part of Australian history since 1926. The original KingGee Overall was born out of humble beginnings and was the first in a long line of work garments known for their quality and careful craftsmanship.
Over the years, King Gee has evolved with the changing needs of the work environment. Today, their passion and expertise are second to none. Their premium products are engineered to ensure comfort, durability and functionality enabling you to work at your best in all conditions. King Gee leads the industrial workwear industry and often push the boundaries of garment development to new levels. Workcool 2 or the new Tradies Work Denim are just two of their latest innovations.
King Gee has come a long way since their first overall. One thing has never changed - their pride and care is still seen today in our products and in our people. At Budget Workwear, our promise is to offer Australia's best work wear brands at best prices. With the king gee offering we aim to fulfill that promise.
Bisley has a heritage of more than 55 years and has long been regarded as one of Australia’s most trustworthy solid and honest brands. The company began trading around 1950 and today encompasses a comprehensive range of Business Wear, Work Wear Safety Wear, and Casual Wear for Men and Women.
It’s the competitive pricing, exceptional quality and accessibility of Bisley that sets it apart from the competition. Bisley is Australia’s fastest growing Work wear brand because of the good old-fashioned values they stand by, quality, value for money and exceptional service.
We at Budget Work Wear work very closely with the brand and are in the position to provide you a complete work wear solution including all decoration options like embroidery, screen print, heat transfers.
Since 1972 Stubbies has been clothing a nation at work, rest and play. Today the brand Australians have come to love and trust specialises in workwear, casual wear and schoolwear. Edward Fletcher and Co was established in 1939 and was a reputable producer of men’s and boy’s wear sold throughout Australia. Edward Fletcher started the business with a staff of only 16. The brand name gained recognition in 1942 when Edward Fletcher and Co was awarded the job of supplying Army and Air Force Uniforms for World War II. After the war and its success with military uniforms, they began producing workwear.