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Dickies 85283KH Mens Double Knee Work Pants Khaki (D)
Brand : Dickies
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Dickies 85283KH Mens Double Knee Work Pants Khaki
These Dickies Loose Fit work pants feature a reinforced knee that lets you work hard with a loose fit that always keeps comfort on task. Shop our full line of men’s Dickies apparel for more work-ready wear that always gets the job done.
- Clearance Sale
- Loose Fit
- Extra Pocket on Leg
- Wrinkle Resistant
- Stain Release
- Distinctive Tunnel Belt Loop
- Logo Label on Left Front Leg & Multi-Use Side Pocket
- 8 1/2 Oz Twill
- 65% Polyester / 35% Cotton
- Color: Khaki
- Sizes: See Available Sizes
Pants, Jeans & Bib Overalls
- Waist: Measurement is taken at the top of the hipbone over shirt (not over pants). Tape should only be held snug, do not hold tape tight.
- Inseam: Measure from the base of the crotch to the top of the shoe or boot. For jeans, add one inch.
- Chest: Measure around the fullest part of your chest, keeping tape firmly under your armpits and around your shoulder blades. Hold tape level and firmly but not tight.
- NOTE: It is advisable to ask the person being measured how he or she wears their pants. Not everyone wears their pants or jeans the same length or height on their hips.
C.N. Williamson and E.E. "Colonel" Dickie began their business careers in the "vehicle and harness" business in Bryan, Texas. In 1918, they and a few friends established the U.S. Overall Company. Then, in 1922, C. Don Williamson joined with his father and cousin to buy 100% of the overall company on a one-third-each basis and renamed it Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Company.
From its early years, Williamson-Dickie enjoyed steady growth which was slowed only by the Great Depression, and during World War II, the company produced millions of uniforms for the nation's armed forces. In converting to civilian production after the war, C. Don Williamson began a strategy of geographical expansion and established new production facilities, warehouses, and sales territories throughout the United States. In the late 1950s, Williamson-Dickie became an international company by expanding into the European market and the Middle Eastern market - where Texas oilmen introduced the Dickies brand to Middle Eastern oil fields.