Vented Beekeeping Suit with Veil

Michael Roark started beekeeping in a vented bee suit and if we're being 100% honest he might not be a beekeeper today if it weren't for that vented suit. Cotton bee suits get wet with sweat and stick to your body. Once that fabric is clinging to your body it provides little protection from stings.

Our vented suits are lightweight and designed with 3 layers of material. The outer and inner layers are made of a poly mesh. Inbetween those two layers is a spongy material This material provides a gap which is just wider than a bees stinger is long. Does this prevent all stings? Sadly it does not.  However, it does dramatically reduce the number of stingers which strike pay dirt.

Our suits are lightweight, yet sturdy. That summer breeze you're often begging for goes right through them. What does that mean for you?It means a much cooler beekeeping experience. No sweety cotton suit sticking to you like glue and keeping the cool out!

  • 1 layer of foam mesh sandwiched between 2 layers of poly mesh
  • Vented fabric allows body heat to escape and cool breezes to pass through
  • Just the right width to prevent most stings
  • Hood designed for visibility. An extra panel of screen provides much more peripheral vision.
  • Full leg zippers mean you don't need to take your boots off to get your suit on!

 




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