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XLARGE×DICKIES WORK PANTS - Navy

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The Xlarge x Dickies Work Pant in Navy are a heavyweight cotton work-style pant featuring gold zip and snap buttons to give the classic work style a rugged look, both branded logos printed on the inside of the waist, embroidered Xlarge logo above rear right pocket with Xlarge x Dickies custom collab patch. Also features a zip close rear left pocket and hammer loop on left leg. Made from 100% cotton.

[XLARGE×Dickies]
Workwear has its origins in the frontier spirit of the American pioneering era, and continues to have a great influence on people around the world and modern streetwear culture. Among them, the long-established workwear brand "Dickies", which can be said to be synonymous with fashion, has remained strong and robust throughout its long history, and its inherited high quality philosophy has not wavered.

Since its establishment in 1991, XLARGE has been handling workwear, reconstructing it with its own unique interpretation, and weaving together people, clothes, and culture. To date, XLARGE has produced many bespoke Dickies models, and while respecting each other's identity, they reinterpret the concept of workwear and continue to create masterpieces.

[Dickies]
A long-established workwear brand established in 1922, Dickies create products that reflect their uncompromising philosophy of meeting the needs of workers throughout the United States. The company policy of "FIT YOU, FIT YOUR JOB" has been passed down to the present day. In the 1990s, a street culture boom arrived in the United States. Skaters on the West Coast loved the durable and reasonably priced 874. Its popularity spread to the cultural scenes of Japan and other parts of the world, and Dickies eventually established itself not only as a workwear brand, but also as a fashion brand.