Dickies Icons #1 - Coveralls
Since 1922, Dickies five iconic silhouettes — the 874® Work Pant, Work Shirt, Eisenhower Jacket, Bib Overall, and Coverall — have been deeply woven into our world’s cultural heritage. From factory workers to fashion icons, ranchers to rappers, skaters to streetwear, the cultural significance of Dickies Icons has been defined by the people who wear them.
As its 100th anniversary approaches, Dickies is celebrating these five icons, and so are we!
The Dickies Coverall was first created over 90 years ago with the intention of protecting ‘street’ clothes at work. Originally made of heavy denim with button up fronts, the Coverall has evolved with new fabrics, colors and zips, but remains undeniably one of the most loved and ubiquitous Dickies products.
Dave’s New York proudly carries three coverall styles, for men and women:
Dickies Long Sleeve Coveralls
- The classic jumpsuit that is used by mechanics, HVAC, plumbers, movers and more
- Made of a durable 7.5-ounce twill that’s 65% polyester / 35% cotton
- Metal zip chest pockets for security
- Side entry pockets to give access to whatever you are wearing underneath your coverall
- Exterior hammer loops to hold accessories
- Elastic woven into the waistband for a better fit
Dickies Men's Short Sleeve Coverall
- Lighter weight for the warmer weather, made of 5-ounce twill that’s 65% polyester/35% cotton
- Still provides protection from most stains, dirt, and oil
- Open chest and back pockets to help carry all of your tools
Women's Long Sleeve Coverall
- 100% cotton, washed for comfort and softness
- Tailored fit for a woman, but still leaves room to move and work
- Cinched waistband for a better fit
- Open pockets, large back pockets for holding tools
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