Dickies Goes Back to Its Roots for Fall/Winter 2018 Denim Collection

Celebrating its near 100-year history of workwear.

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For its latest denim collection, Dickies has looked back into its near 100-year workwear archive. The collection takes inspiration from the brand’s earliest pieces, including the pants, jackets and shirts that were released in the late 1920s.

The new denim collection sees Dickies signature 874 work pant reworked into the material, with the wide-leg cut reimagined in selvedge denim. Other key pieces include Denim Work Pant, which has a slightly slimmer and lower waisted fit, as well as the tapered North Carolina and the Rhode Island, Dickies’ slimmest fit. The Fall/Winter 2018 denim collection from Dickies is available from the Dickies web store.

For more from Dickies, refresh your memory of the brand’s Fall/Winter 2018 lookbook.

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