Too cold to go out? nonsense! Dickies called everyone to join the adventure with a new series celebrating "The Great Outdoors".
Dickis; synonymous, hard-wearing work clothes, not tailored. At least, if this dictionary is a fashion encyclopedia, it will read it that way. These qualities ensure the longevity of the brand and make it the core of the labor industry, antique shops and skate parks for generations.
Basically, its products work well under repeated pressure without sacrificing style. We very much believe in the durability of Dickies, so we have our own series.
How can you continue to make things that have not been destroyed better?
Well, of course, you go out and enter the outdoors. Inspired by nature, freedom and self-expression, the new autumn/winter 2021 collection incorporates a spirit that feels very familiar at the end of the year. After months of lock-in, the brand is looking outwards-for good reason.
Although outdoor adventure is slightly different from a carpenter's carpentry workshop or a mechanic under a set of wheels, it needs to have all the same qualities as the clothing in these spaces.
Therefore, from 874 overalls to Pedro Bay vests, the main products of the Dickies series are all considered. Each product in the series uses modern fabrics and colors, exuding an American style.
Dickies' "The Great Outdoors" series is now available online for men and women.
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