An Engineers' Suit is a garment worn by technicians, who need to access small, constricted spaces. Engineers' suits are a smooth-textured, skin-tight bodysuit, which covers the entire body, from toe to neck to wrist. Engineers’ suits are long-sleeved and feature "feet". They also have numerous pockets, integral knee pads and elbow pads, a reinforced groin section and gloves, attached to the wrists, which fold out and can be tucked into a pocket at the wrist. Engineers’ suits are well insulated; they are comfortable in both high and low temperatures. These garments are usually brightly coloured, with logos prominently printed on them.
These suits come in three sizes; small, medium, and large. Adjustment nets within the garment can be used to fit the garment to the body. All that is required is for the wearer to tug the adjustment tab at the back of the suit.