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- Unisex top with dolman sleeves and one chest pocket with pencil slot
- Adjustable drawstring waist scrub pant with cargo pocket
- By Cherokee Workwear brand
- Sold as a set, must be returned as a set
- International shipping available
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All colors are 65/35 Soft Poly / Cotton - White is 55/45 Soft Cotton/Polyester with soil release. Unisex scrub top with dolman sleeves and one chest pocket with pencil slot. Adjustable drawstring waist scrub pant with cargo pocket, cell phone pocket and one back pocket. Sold as a set, must be returned as a set.
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B001ACKYTY
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 27, 2008
- Average Customer Review:
Top customer reviews
Further, they are easy to care for. As the poly-cotton blend, you wash them on warm and dry on medium. Some scrubs that have a high cotton content require washing on cold. Using warm wash water gets out stains, dirt, and skin oils better, I believe.
I ordered 5 new sets, same colors as before. They still fit just the same, and the pockets are in the same places, etc. THANK YOU Cherokee for not changing the cut or fit. I don't want them to fit tightly or they will tear and it restricts free movement.
I returned 2 different types of Dickies scrubs, and 1 WonderWink type, since they had smaller / tighter shoulders in size Lg, and also a tighter fit at the waist/hips area. I am 5'10" tall and around 190 lbs, 34-35 waist, usually wear a 42 jacket or size Lg for most things that don't shrink (otherwise I buy XL sometimes, and it shrinks down). I do work out, but also do KB's, pullups, chinups, martial arts, dips, pushups, etc., and appreciate a little more shoulder space. I also usually wear an undershirt under the scrub top and that fits just right with these Cherokee tops.
The new fabric is stiffer, but I know it will get softer as I wash and wear them more. I like the 2 pockets on the Rt. leg and the 1 back pocket. I also appreciate the cut and length of the sleeves and how they are just above the elbow instead of mid-upper arm. Also the waist/hip area drapes well, not too tight like some other scrubs (Dickies and WW) were. As a guy, I don't want tight shoulders and tight hips/waist in a shirt. I like to be able to move freely throughout the day, but not huge clothes either.
This is a great set of scrubs, very reasonable price, and durable. Further, the fabric, although a bit hotter in summer, stays crisp and resists wrinkles very well. Some time ago I remember a guy telling me, 'wow, those are the crispest scrubs I've ever seen - do you iron them?" I responded that no, I didn't.
I got the surgical green and am definitely happy with the color.
Fit: It fits large and wonky. But you usually want comfortable and large in scrubs.
Pants: it's literally held up by the string. I'd HEAVILY suggest investing in scrubs with pants that have elastic.
Pockets: Little to no usable pockets, so nowhere to put anything.
Overall: Ok to buy 1 or 2 as extra sets, but if you're going to spend a long time in these, invest in pants such as: Cherokee Workwear Scrubs Men's Cargo Pant, Black, Small It has pockets, and elastic band.
For a top invest in one like this: Cherokee Workwear Scrubs Unisex Stretch V-neck Top . The double pockets are great, and the fit is a lot better.
If you're going to buy a cheap set, this one is much better: NATURAL UNIFORMS Men's Scrub Set Medical Scrub Top and Pants 4XL Dark Navy Blue. It's cheaper, the top has pockets, and the pants have half elastic (in the back so it doesn't ride down)