Dickies launch multipurpose two tone trousers to it's everyday workwear range

Dickies have introduced a number of exciting new products and ranges for 2016, with style and functionality offering unsurpassed value for money.

Even if you are just starting out, you can still turn up to the workplace looking trendy while wearing the right kit without breaking the bank. The new two-tone ED24/7 everyday trousers have a 245gsm fabric that ensures they are tough but light enough to retain agility. Most importantly they are free of any exposed metals such as zips and buttons, so no inadvertently scratching surfaces or paintwork. Their handy cargo pockets give easy access to your tools.

Conveniently, the two-tone colourways means ED24/7 trousers are easy to match with many other items of clothing in the extensive Dickies workwear range.

Redhawk Stud Front coveralls are Dickies most affordable workwear where economy is a requirement. Functional and durable, these garments retain all of Dickies traditional construction standards and have a thoughtfully concealed stud-fronted pocket design to prevent scratches to paintwork.

The Deltona Boot may well be the best value safety boot on the market for those for whom the SRC sole unit and anti-slip properties are imperative. The protection within the toe-caps and midsole is completely metal-free, which helps keep the weight of the boot to a minimum. The uppers are manufactured from a water resistant black leather and have a breathable lining too.

Also available is Dickies Preston boot, which is a steel-toe cap boot, with the addition of steel within the midsole for underfoot protection. The uppers are a high quality full grain leather with water resistant properties and the product also features a breathable mesh lining. These boots provide a comfortable ride, with a cemented rubber outsole and a shock absorbent heel.

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