THE EPIC ADVANTAGE
Where Fit, Finish, and Performance come together for your protection.
We strive for customer loyalty and satisfaction by exceeding your expectations. We are committed to the pursuit of excellence and we build relationships based on trust, honesty and integrity.
With a global warehouse network, we offer unique inventory programs that save you time. We control our own manufacturing and logistics, meaning your products aren’t on backorder.
No matter what your needs, EPIC can deliver everything from standard gear to personalized embroidery and screen printing.
Serving petrochemical, marine, utility, transportation and general industry markets to meet your specific regulatory requirements.
WHY EPIC UNLIMITED?
FIT Tailored for those individuals who work in the harshest environments
FINISH Lighter weight & higher quality, using inherents and modern finishing techniques
PERFORMANCE Allowing you to be at your best when conditions are at their worst.
INDUSTRIES WE SERVE
■ Oil and Gas
■ and more
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