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Choosing a Beekeeping Suit The best quality of a beekeeping suit is not known by beginning beekeepers. Sometimes it is quite tempting to go for a cheap suit since one only knows how to bargain on the selling price. A shopping starter should be on the look out for several other qualities of the suit. A suit that enhances confidence should be won by a starter beekeeper. Bee stings are quite nasty, and the keeper should feel protected at all times. This article explains some of the qualities that make good bee suits. Size The beekeeper should not feel the suit being too tight. It should keep off the stings by being loose enough. However, one’s movement can be hindered by a too large suit. That said, one needs a fitting suit. Important Features There are several features that make a perfect beekeeping suit. A comfortable collar is the first feature of a suit that one should look out for. The collar should rest well on the neck without strangling the wearer. What comes second among the important features is the elastic thumb straps. These straps keep the sleeves fastened on the wrists while one works around the hive. The other feature of the suit is a side-only elastic waist. The suit rests on the stomach comfortably since it has this waist design. Lastly, having a strap on a zippered ankle should be a feature of the suit. The strap fastens the suit below one’s foot and it prevents the suit from rolling up.
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Zipper A good zipper of the beekeeping suit should begin and end in the front. Sometimes a suit that has a zipper can fail to have a closed end at the back, and the opening can let in bees. Zipping of the suit tightly by the owner only happens when the zip end is on the front part of the suit. The general objective of this feature is to ensure that there is no opening on any part of the suit.
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Beekeeping Jacket Whilst a beekeeping suit is all that one requires while attending to a bee hive, a jacket compliments the suit. One can be in a jacket when cutting off tree branches around the hive. The jacket makes the suit hardier. On top of that, a friend who needs to visit the hive can use the jacket that has a veil that fits inside the jacket’s collar. Beekeeping Gloves One should ensure that the beekeeping gloves do not crease especially on the area around the wrists. It means that the size of the gloves is equally important as the size of the suit. Gloves that have fabric wrists and the ones that have tough canvas wrists are ideal for basic hive attendance and moving colonies respectively. Notably, one can use a duct tape to seal the area around the top of the boots and open holes on the suit.