At the entrance there is a trash can that is full of dirty gloves by the end of the day.
That's disgusting. It's like the germophobe medics who wear their gloves TO a call, and then touch the patient, and wear the same gloves to crawl back INTO the driver's seat to drive to the hospital. What about the next person who climbs in to drive - the person who doesn't wear gloves when they drive a rig? I disagree with the childhood lecture of "sharing is caring." I don't know what Joe Blow on the street has, but I can guarantee you, I don't want it!
As to wearing flight suits out of the work setting; I could understand if they just got off work and they're wearing their suits; but aside from going to/from work, it's silly to wear the gear. My personal opinion is that a good part of it is ego (what turns heads better than someone in uniform?)
As to ComSpecs wearing flight suits...I don't see why they shouldn't wear them. If the company wants to provide their ComSpecs with flight suits; or offer the option to buy them; more power to the company. My facility does not offer them to non-flight personnel, nor would I personally want one. We're simply required to "dress nice" for work (business casual, for the most part), or to wear scrubs. Our com center is in a small room off a larger room (we're so often overlooked and ignored) that I'm sure I could get away with wearing lime green pants, a fluorescent pink shirt, with my hair dyed electric blue and nobody would notice. ^.^