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Shoot Suit makes reusable, washable coveralls for automotive painters. Although you'll see a lot of our suits in car body shops, they're used in RV, boat, bus and truck manufacturing paint booths too. Painters spend about $62 to buy a Shoot Suit, and get around four months of wear with everyday use. A big advantage of using Shoot Suit is the simple fact that the suits are virtually lint-free in the paint booth. Ordinary street clothes, and even other brands of paint suits, can contribute lint and contaminants to the paint process -- jeopardizing hundreds of dollars of work.
Shoot Suit paint suits are made under careful conditions. Production takes place in a clean, sterile manufacturing plant in Battle Ground, Washington USA. The company owners, Larry and Becki Kopkie, have been designing and producing Shoot Suits in the USA since 1988. In October 2004 Shoot Suit relocated to it's new facility in Battle Ground, WA.
As a former body shop painter, the founder of Shoot Suit has designed additional market-leading products including aprons, boots, gloves, masks, wheel covers and body repair tools using his front-line technician experience. These convenience-minded products are also marketed by Shoot Suit, Inc.