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The Apiarist Beginner Beekeeping Suits are a very traditional bee suit intended as an entry-level suit for someone new to keeping bees.
Sting protection is paramount for any bee suit, so with this suit, as will all our suits metal YKK zippers are used along with our very own non-flammable veil.
This suit is made of a strong polycotton. This beekeeping suit aim is to create an enclosed environment to stop bees having unimpeded access to your skin. This bee suit is reinforced with Velcro and elasticated seals.
The Max Protect Professional Beekeeping Suits are the next step up. If you are and experience beekeeper and are attending multiplies hives or you just want something better, then this suit is for you.
Fitted with metal YKK zippers (18 inch Leg zippers), and two non-flammable veils, one fencing and one round. Made of cotton, this suit is soft and breathable, and more sting resistant than the Apiarist suit.
Can withstand detergents, and bleach, so is easily cleaned and machine washable As cotton is a natural this suit is also recyclable and biodegradable
The Zephyros Protect 3 Layer Ventilated Suits are the best of the best when it comes to sting protection. Also fitted metal YKK zippers, with 18 inch leg zippers and two non-flammable veils (fencing and round)
What makes this suit special is that it has 3 layers of fabric, making this bee suit very sting proof and comfortable to wear in hot climates
If you really hate being stung, or you live in a warm state or country, then this suit is made for you.
Read the full article here: Beekeeping suit designs why?
Here at Natural Apiary, we want to make beekeeping an experience you never want to give up.
That is why specifically focus on manufacturing the core beekeeping equipment and protective clothing that you need. Focusing our attention this way, gives us the time to have conversations with you our customer, listen to your feedback, continue to improve, make our products better, and avoid becoming a one stop bric-a-brac store.
“I am optimistic and enthusiastic about the positive impact we can have by keeping a few beehives in our own backyard and the improvement this will have on our local environmental”