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Dickies introduce new country wear range and the ‘Farmers


Slippers’ Wellington boot at the Outdoor Trade Show Renowned the World over for its protective work wear, Dickies also offer a wide range of practical garments and footwear specifically designed for use in the country, whether at work or leisure. A number of new lines are being introduced at the Outdoor Trade Show including the company’s new, ‘Country Wear’ range which consists of traditional, British made jackets and gilets in wax and quilts for men and women, each suited to specific country pursuits but all versatile and comfortable enough to be worn at any time; the collection is topped off with a selection of new tweed and wax caps and hats.


A new, fully insulated, 100% Polyurethane, Wellington boot will take pride of place on the Dickies stand. The Dickies ‘Landmaster’ (Code No: FW91105) is one of the toughest yet lightest Wellington boots on the market and perfect for farmers who need comfortable and practical footwear throughout the working day. Dubbed ‘The Farmers Slippers’, the boots are also available with special safety features (‘Super Safety Landmaster’ Model No: FW94105), such as a composite toe cap to EN20345 (200 joules), and a steel plated mid-sole for underfoot protection.


Again with farmers in mind, there is the ‘Farm and Ranch’ range with pre-selected suggestions of protective outdoor wear ‘packages’


For more information on these and the company’s extensive range of outdoor, protective work and foot wear, visit www.dickiesworkwear.com


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