Ollyskins (or Olly Skins as we are often called), a leading manufacturer of waterproof protective garments, are attending The Lincolnshire Show 2016, which will be held on June 22 and 23 at the Lincolnshire Showground, Lincoln, UK.
As a company dedicated to developing products for the agricultural and fishing industries, the Lincolnshire Show, which mainly promotes developments in these industries, this is the perfect opportunity for Ollyskins to showcase their products along with their latest innovations.
Ollyskins (Olly Skins) – Leading Manufacturer of Waterproof Protective Garments
Ollyskins develops products targeting not only the agricultural industry but also the food, fishing, civil & maritime engineering, councils & authorities, industry and will have a variety of products on display at the event.
Core products include garments produced using heavy duty PVC coated fabrics - inspired by the traditional oilskins used by fishermen during the earlier days. These products are extremely durable, hard wearing and water resistant. They also offer flexibility down to low temperatures and possesses extreme water, chemical, oil and acid resistance.
New items this year from Ollyskins include seamless baselayer garments produced in association with Brubeck Protect. This type of garment protects the body from unstable temperature while giving the wearer comfort and flexibility.
Other new and innovative products include:
[jaw_icon icon="icon-icon-circle-arrow-right-full-gs" color="#f58220" size="12"]Hi-Viz Chest Waders - Chest and Thigh in Hi-Viz Yellow or Orange
[jaw_icon icon="icon-icon-circle-arrow-right-full-gs" color="#f58220" size="12"]PVC Fishing Bucket - designed for weighing or transporting your catch
[jaw_icon icon="icon-icon-circle-arrow-right-full-gs" color="#f58220" size="12"]Washdown Jackets and Bib Trousers for the Food Industry
[jaw_icon icon="icon-icon-circle-arrow-right-full-gs" color="#f58220" size="12"]Camoflage Wader
Owned by the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society, the 270-acre Lincolnshire Showground was formed way back in 1869. Their main objective, according to their website, is “The furtherance, welfare, and progress of the Agricultural Industry and all professions, trades, and crafts connected therewith”. With additional focus added in 2005 which is the “sustainability and protection of our natural environment for the benefit of future generations”.
This is the largest agricultural show offering promotional opportunities for businesses and organizations alike such as Ollyskins. The event attracts 60,000 visitors from different places of which 41% are under 35 years of age and 4000 of them are students. They claim that visitors spend about £82 on average on food and gifts!