Dickies Men’s 13 Inch Loose Fit Multi-Pocket Work Short, Black, 36

Dickies 42283 13″ Loose Fit Multi-Pocket Work Short

Product Features

  • CLASSIC WORKWEAR: This flat front short sits at the waist with a roomy fit in the seat & thighs & a hem that skims the knee. It’s made of durable poly-cotton twill that resists wrinkles & spills & features our signature tunnel belt loops for extra support
  • STURDY FUNCTIONALITY: Our iconic flat-front loose-fit short (often imitated but never replicated!) features a right leg multi-use pocket, side-seam hand pockets, welt back pockets for flap-free look, permanent crease, and zip fly w/ hook & eye closure.
  • QUALITY & COMFORT: Our products are made with quality, comfort & value in mind. Our workwear products have distinctive designs with attention to detail on every garment, including easy care wrinkle resistant fabrics, roomy pockets & sturdy zippers & buttons
  • TRUSTED NAME: The world’s leading performance workwear brand, Dickies has been making quality workwear & apparel since 1922. All Dickies clothing offers superior craftsmanship & unmatched value to deliver classic style & long-lasting comfort every day.
  • We make jeans, outerwear, school & work uniforms, sports shirts, kids wear, hats, socks, underwear, boots, gloves, belts, eyewear, backpacks, bags & much more.

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2 Responses to Dickies Men’s 13 Inch Loose Fit Multi-Pocket Work Short, Black, 36

  1. Anonymous says:

    measure yourself first Here’s the deal….when you buy shorts or jeans from say Old Navy, Levi’s, Wrangler, etc. they are not sized true to size. They are sized to make you feel better about yourself, not the actual size of your waste.For example, I wear Old Navy “loose” jeans in a size 34″x34″. I’m an averaged sized, athletic built guy. HOWEVER, my true measurements are a 38″ waste and a 32″ inseam. This is how Dickies, Carhartt, and most dresswear(dress pants) are sized…by your…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Best all around work shorts Ive ever owned. I bought 2 pair of these shorts 3+ years ago, and I’ve put them through daily hard use. Both pairs still hold up and I’m working in a pair right now. I run a pressure washing company, and these things can hold up to the harshest chemicals I’ve thrown at them. I’ve burnt and cut holes in them, and the holes don’t rip. The main clasp (where the button is on other shorts) got a little loose after a few years and I just squeezed it together with some pliers, and it’s as strong as the day I bought…