Cintas Corp., Cincinnati, Ohio, released the Women's Comfort Pant rentable uniform pants designed for women.


"About 70 percent of women in the workplace are forced to wear a modified men's uniform pant, because that's what most uniform companies offer," says Chuck Helmes, Director of Marketing at Cintas Corporation. "This is a uniform revolution, and we're proud to be the leader in addressing this need that is long overdue."

The retail-inspired Women's Comfort Pant is available in two fit patterns and three inseam options to accommodate various female body types.

"Our all-female design team was given a directive to create a pant that any woman would want to wear," says Vicki Stuhlreyer, technical design manager. "We developed two differently shaped pants, since one shape would not fit all women. Our goal was to create a functional pant that all women can look and feel great wearing."

Following retail trends, the new pant has a mid-rise waistline, is straight through the leg and has 11 percent mechanical stretch that moves comfortably with the wearer. Cintas' Women's Pant sports a flat front with high angle pockets to create a more flattering silhouette.

The Cintas Women's Comfort Pant is ideal for employees in all business industries, including hospitality, healthcare, warehousing, transportation and manufacturing.

More info: www.cintas.com/womenspant
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