The manufacturer is Dickies Industrial. Available colors are black, charcoal, dark navy, khaki and silver. Features are easy care, stain release, wrinkle resistant, longer tunnel belt loops, multi-use pocket, two back welt pockets; left with button closure, fabric is 7.75 oz. twill, 65% Polyester/35% Cotton, Dickies logo button closure and printed Dickies interior waistband.
From small beginnings, Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Company or Dickies as it is better known, has become the largest workwear manufacturer in the world. It is sold all over the US and offers a wide range of work garments ranging from work shirts and pants, to denim jeans and women’s work apparel.
History of Dickies:
Dickies was founded as the US Overall Company in 1918. In 1922, it was renamed the Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Company. During World War II, Dickies served the nation admirably by producing millions of uniforms for the armed forces. In the late 1950’s, Dickies expanded to Europe and the Middle East, where it became popular among workmen in the oil fields. Today, Dickies workwear is sold all over the world in countries such as Mexico, Cananda, Iceland, Japan, Chile, Russia, Australia and South Africa.