Dickies – the internationally renowned workwear brand will be exhibiting at the at the CV Show at the NEC in Birmingham, April 29 to May 1 to showcase some of its fantastic workwear and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) with one-off deals.
Ninety years of integrity, innovation, and excellence have made Williamson-Dickie manufacturing company a trusted global leader in full-service workwear solutions.
The team is showcasing some of its fantastic coveralls, trousers, polo shirts, Hi Vis range, footwear, PPE head and hand protection.
The Redhawk range is Dickies most affordable workwear where economy is a requirement, often in high volume applications. Functional and durable, these garments retain Dickies traditional construction standards.
The Redhawk coverall has a concealed stud fronted pocket design, which prevent scratches to paintwork, making this the overall of choice for body repair professionals. For 2014 Dickies have introduced a new Redhawk chino with no exposed metal so is suitable for the mechanical industry.
In addition a range of PPE products will be exhibited which offer maximum protection, whilst also maintaining comfort and range of vision at all times. The range includes: showa gloves, gel knee pads, goggles, safety helmets, bump caps, a range of safety spectacles, ear defenders and ear plugs, safety helmet and visor kits, respirators, disposable respirators along with some fantastic additions to the safety footwear range. tongue for all round comfort.
Footwear from Dickies includes: Fury super safety hiker, which provides comfort and durability for optimum performance. The Dickies Antrim super safety boot is smart yet highly durable. The Antrim benefits from a steel toecap and midsole protection with a padded tongue for all round comfort.
Dickies supplies a wide range of high visibility clothing, safety wear and reflective gear. High visibility clothing includes brightly coloured jackets, vests, coats, overalls and trousers that often contain strips of reflective material for additional safety. High visibility must be used on car, truck recovery or puncture and tyre repairs.