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  • Author:julia
  • Release on :2019-07-18

A boilersuit is a loose fitting garment covering the whole body except for the head, hands and feet. The 1989 edition of the Oxford English Dictionarylists the word boilersuit first on 28 October 1928 in the Sunday Express newspaper. The garment is also known as coveralls in North America, or as an overall (or "overalls") elsewhere, especially in the UK; in North America "overall" is more usually understood as a bib-and-brace overall, which is a type of trousers with attached suspenders. A more tight-fitting garment that is otherwise similar to a boilersuit is usually called a jumpsuit. The "siren suit" favoured by Winston Churchill (but also worn by many others in the UK when air raids were a threat) during the Second World War was closely similar to a boilersuit.new style workwear coveralls

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Coveralls are also sometimes used as prison uniforms in the U.S and other countries.SWAT units often use boilersuits as a uniform, for instance the French police unit Compagnies Républicaines de Sécurité or the Austrian units EKO Cobra and WEGA. Similar coveralls made of Nomex in olive drab (and more recently, desert tan) are also used by the crews of armoured fighting vehicles in the US Army and Marine Corps, where the men and also their suits are sometimes called "CVCs", an abbreviation of "Combat Vehicle Crewman". More form fitting coveralls with many zippered pockets, originally made of cotton treated for flame resistance, but made of Nomex since the late 1960s, have been used as flight suits since the beginning of World War II.

For fans of the horror genre of film, the boiler suit is irrevocably associated with the slasher subgenre, being worn by Michael Myers of the Halloween films.

For fans of popular music, Pete Townshend of The Who frequently wore a white boiler suit during performances and in publicity photographs from 1969-71

The Church of Scientology has punished Sea Org members in the Rehabilitation Project Force by making them wear black boiler suits.