New year, new gear

Published:  02 December, 2010

SOMERSET: Whatever industry you may be in and whatever your requirements for safety, protective or fashionable and hard wearing clothing or footwear might be, you’ll find precisely what you are looking for in the new 2011 catalogue from Dickies.


With an easy reference buyers guide using an ‘at-a-glance’ classification symbol format, all the details on each product are under their specific usage categories, helping to make fast and fully informed buying decisions.

In selecting the most suitable items for a work situation which demands a particular form or combination of outer protection workwear, the company also offers a bespoke advisory service, whereby items can either be made to order subject to minimum quantities, or expert advice given on a ‘mix and match basis’; within the catalogue there is full information on an embroidery and printing service which can add logos or specified text to the vast majority of the product range.

Featuring the company’s long established and most popular items alongside many clearly labelled, newly introduced products, all of which have been thoroughly researched and tested, the 180 page, full colour, 2011 Dickies Workwear Catalogue is available from the first week in January 2011, to down load, or to order in print.



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