Stormtech Clothing | House of Uniforms

Founded in Canada in 1977, Stormtech today is one of the largest privately owned international apparel companies. Since inception Stormtech Clothing has been developing highly technical outdoor apparel & accessories for men, women & children since 1977.


What we ‚̧ԳŹ¬† about Stormtech

If you feel the cold, work in the cold, like to go out in the cold or just want to look stylish in the cold then the Stormtech range has a jacket to suit you!

There are so many jacket options that the team at House of Uniforms can hardly contain themselves. Of course being based in Melbourne we are a little obsessed with coats & jackets & this is the range we come to when we want something to keep us warm, dry & looking stylish!

Stormtech produces some of the best jackets & coats in the market. In addition, the collection also offers an extensive range of options when it comes to technical bags, outerwear, polo shirts, tee shirts, polar fleece & much more.

Designed in Canada, this range knows a thing or two about looking great when the temperature drops.

Click here to view the Stormtech range.

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