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Dickies have winter covered from head to toe

Dickies, the international workwear brand, has a new line out now, designed for warmth and function – a solution for the upcoming winter season, or freezing weather conditions.

Dickies have winter covered from head to toe

Dickies hooded tops have a myriad of designs, including fully zipped or over the head, and can be used for either work or leisure wear. The Kendrick sweatshirt, new for 2015, is part of the latest range of agricultural inspired clothing. It comes with a ribbed collar and cuffs for a secure fit, and features shoulder panelling.

The Dickies Eisenhower fleece comes with a woolly Sherpa lining, knitted cuffs and hem, and zips right up to cover your neck. Coats and work jackets are manufactured to suit varying levels of winter working conditions, with lightweight waterproof clothing for rainy days, and thick, padded clothing for harsher conditions.

The new parka jacket features a removable hood, removable fur, and a tail hem for extra warmth. Double access lower pockets have been added to keep hands warm, and the nylon taslon fabric makes it waterproof up to 1000mm. Inside the coat there is a Sherpa collar lining for extra warmth.

Dickies winter accessories include beanie hats and trapper hats – both available in hi vis. Dickies also now stocks thermal gloves with a thinsulate lining, and half-finger gloves with removable pouches at the tips.

Lastly, Dickies offers a new range of footwear, including boots with the Medway safety hiker. They are thinsulate insulated, water resistant, and the heel is designed to ease the stress put on feet working on rough ground, making them suitable for everyday wear.

Products are tested in harsh environments to ensure satisfaction and comfort for use. Dickies thermal clothing has been worn throughout cold UK winters for many years.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Editor-in-Chief across the BMJ portfolio.

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