Work clothing

In the early 50s , Primo Zelanti, began selling traditional work clothing agricultural fairs and surrounding markets in Charolles in Southern Burgundy, France. This small business grows rapidly and in 1956 Primo Zelanti creates his own brand Le Laboureur 'The Ploughman'. He uses inspiration from the oldest forms of clothing with local made materials and high quality fabrics. Gradually, the range which was limited to the original clothing for agricultural use only, extends to workwear for building trades, always with a single ethos: making old clothes with traditional methods. Today the company, still a  family business, is run by Primo's son, Jean Charles. They continue to produce the original items using traditional methods in Digoin, France.


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Apron 36 inch - hand-made by Connell of Sheffield
Model: C-AP2-BR

Apron 36 inch - hand-made by Connell of Sheffield

Apron 36 inch - hand-made in the UK from high-quality moss backed leather that offers good resistanc..

721.25kr (SEK) Ex Tax: 577.00kr (SEK)

Black Cap, Veritas®
Model: 67K99.51

Black Cap, Veritas®

With their clever tri-fold peak design, these caps fold to fit into a pocket. The peak returns to fo..

118.75kr (SEK) Ex Tax: 95.00kr (SEK)

Veritas® Canvas Apron
Model: 67K10.10

Veritas® Canvas Apron

Veritas® Canvas Apron With cross-back straps to place the weight of the apron on your shoulders ins..

531.19kr (SEK) Ex Tax: 424.95kr (SEK)

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