Our Bee Suits mission is to supply the best protective beekeeping clothing available on the market!
If you’re not wearing top quality, 100% denim bee suits, bee jackets or bee veils then you are putting yourself at risk of being stung again and again! There is no need to get stung every time you visit your apiary! You can be seriously injured if you are stung too many times.
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We've designed our bee suits and bee jackets over time with great understanding of beekeeping work, beekeeper's insights and feedback as well as the focus areas of attacking bees.
Our bee suits are tried & tested by commercial beekeepers as well as bee removal services personnel. We export across the world and can post your beekeeping protective clothing directly to you wherever you are! We supply to USA, EUROPE, AFRICA and MIDDLE EAST at the moment.
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If you weigh between 40-80Kg and are about 1.5m tall this is the ideal bee jacket for you. Always wear one-size bigger than normal.
If you weigh between 70-90Kg and are about 1.7m tall this is the ideal bee jacket for you. Wear one-size bigger than normal.
If you weigh between 90-110Kg and are about 1.9m tall this is the ideal bee jacket for you. Remember always wear one-size bigger than normal.
We are committed to providing top quality bee supplies to beekeepers all over the world.
Our bee jackets are from the waist up! You get the detachable veil with the bee jacket and the material is bull denim. The bee jacket is durable and costs less than the bee suit. You would still be required to wear jeans or other thick pants for protection on your legs. Boots are also recommended.
The bee jacket is white in colour. It has a chest pocket. The wrist bands are high quality. At any time you can wash the jacket separately to the veil or hat. All sizes are available.
We sell all types of beekeeping protective clothing, our top of the range bee protective wear is a full overall which is 100% denim material and boasts ankle zips as well as wrist and ankle bands, 3 pockets and the detachable veil for easy washing. The detachable bee veil also enables you to open up and flip back to enjoy a smoke break or drinks break between bee hive work.
The worst thing to happen when you start beekeeping is to get stung. Some people don't even know that they are allergic only to find out once they have a bee sting them! If you are a serious beekeeper, whether you are a backyard beekeeper or a full on bee farmer with a commercial honey production - you need professional beekeeping clothing!
My advice is to always purchase the best quality with maximum protection when you start beekeeping no matter what you want to do as a beekeeper! If budget is something you have to content with it is an issue! But remember, when it comes to your safety as a beekeeper, maximum protection should be a priority! Don't you agree?
What are your options? When you start beekeeping, your number one concern should be safety! Your Safety! Your number one focus should be on bee hives! Once you have the protective clothing for beekeeping covered remember to focus almost all other funds on buying bee hives or boxes.
So, save up for your bee suit or bee jacket first. Then focus on getting bee hives to grow your apiary. Don't go buying extractors, refractometers nor any other unnecessary equipment.
But one thing you have to do is Get Bee Jacket protection!
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