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Dickies

Browse a range of hardwearing workwear and other apparel from Dickies with pants, t-shirts, hoodies, jackets, shirts, flannels, beanies and more at Division 24 Skate Store.

Founded by CN Williamson and EE Dickie in Forth Worth, Texas in 1922, and originally operating as the Williamson-Dickie MFG Co, the brand has embodied the spirit of the American craftsman and hands-on labourer for almost one hundred years – now standing as the largest producer of workwear in the world. Catering to a diverse assortment of patrons from the everyday worker, to the US Army during World War 2, mechanics, carpenters and many other skilled fields, the brand remains an icon in the production of reliable and timeless garments.

The brand’s focus on durability and accessible pricing has naturally allowed Dickies to become a staple clothing brand within skateboarding culture. The adoption by skateboarders can be largely credited to the classic 873 and 874 Work Pants which are constructed from a robust 60/40 polyester and cotton blend and able to withstand the punishment of cement, gravel and griptape and other abrasive surfaces which punish the apparel of skateboarders.

Building on their acceptance into skateboarding culture,  by reworking timeless apparel pieces into a garment better suited for skateboarding. Such is the case with the Industrial 894 Work Pant which tweaks the 873 by blending mechanical stretch twill into the fabric and reinforcing the trousers’ crotch for better flexibility and resistance against tearing. Furthermore, a constant use of versatile fabrics, including blends of cotton and polyester, waterproof materials alongside custom detailing for a bespoke touch means you’ll confident any garment bearing that classic horseshoe tab is going to be a reliable addition to your wardrobe.

Dickies has also amassed a respected skateboarding team, comprised of LA speed freak Vincent Alvarez, enigmatic powerhouse Jake Johnson, transition heavies Peter Hewitt and Ronnie Sandoval, 2017 Thrasher Magazine Skater of the Year Jamie Foy and the fastest feet from Finsbury Park – the UK’s own Tom Knox.

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