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Workrite Uniform Company expands Dickies FR clothing line

June 25, 2014
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Workrite Uniform Company has expanded their line of Dickies® FR due to the line’s popularity. The Dickies FR line represents the durable, stylish workwear Dickies has been known for since they began manufacturing workwear in 1922, and this line of flame-resistant (FR) clothing brings that trusted heritage to the men and women whose jobs put them at risk of their clothes igniting.

These new Dickies styles maintain the same levels of comfort, durability, fit and protection as the entire Dickies line under the Workrite Uniform umbrella—a leading provider of high-quality FR workwear worldwide. The line is constructed with premium 88-percent cotton/12-percent nylon twill and 100-percent cotton denim and duck FR fabrics.

Thirteen new FR products have been added to the Dickies FR line, including:

  • Five Dickies shirts (e.g., standard work shirt, button-down work shirts, snap-front style)
  • Two of the most popular jeans (5-pocket and carpenter styles)
  • Three new colors of relaxed straight-fit pants
  • Two insulated hooded jackets in brown and navy duck fabric

“This expansion is a testament to the consistently strong and positive demand for our Dickies FR line, and the power of the Dickies brand in the American workforce,” says Lew White, Vice President, Marketing at Workrite. “Like the entire Dickies collection, these new styles are carefully constructed with high-quality materials that meet or exceed safety standards, and are designed with the individual employee in mind.”

For more information on Workrite, log on to www.workrite.com.

About Workrite Uniform Company, Inc.

Founded in 1973, Workrite Uniform Company, Inc. has delivered high-quality flame-resistant (FR) workwear for 40 years. They are also the leading supplier for FR station wear for fire service. An ISO 9001:2008-certified company, Workrite is solely focused on the development and manufacturing of FR clothing. Workrite is an affiliate of Williamson-Dickie Mfg. Co. (“Dickies”), the largest workwear manufacturer in the world. For more information on Workrite and its FR programs, visit www.workrite.com.

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