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Through its dedication to innovation and continual customer contact, Williamson-Dickie Mfg. Co. has transformed itself from a small bib overall company to the largest workwear manufacturer in the world. Sold in every state in the U.S., Dickies now offers a broad spectrum of work garments ranging from work pants and work shirts to denim jeans and women's workwear. Since its beginnings in 1922, every piece of Dickies workwear has stood for the quality, toughness, and pride that embodies the spirit of the American worker.
C.N. Williamson and E.E. 'Colonel' Dickie began their business careers in the 'vehicle and harness' business in Bryan, Texas. In 1918, they made what turned out to be a momentous decision when they and a few friends established the U.S. Overall Company. Then, in 1922, C. Don Williamson joined with his father and cousin to buy 100% of the overall company on a one-third-each basis and renamed it Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Company.
From its early years, Williamson-Dickie enjoyed steady growth, slowed only by the Great Depression, and during World War II, the company was sequestered to produce millions of uniforms for the nation's armed forces. In converting to civilian production after the war, C. Don Williamson began a strategy of geographical expansion and established new production facilities, warehouses, and sales territories throughout the United States. In the late 1950's, Williamson-Dickie became an international company by expanding into the European market and the Middle Eastern market - where Texas oilmen introduced the Dickies brand to Middle Eastern oil fields.
While Williamson-Dickie began as a bib overall company, today it has grown to be the number one manufacturer of work apparel worldwide. By continually expanding and updating its selection, Williamson-Dickie now offers garments ranging from its staple work pants and work shirts to items such as women's workwear, chore coats, and denim jeans. Dickies workwear is currently sold in all 50 states and throughout the world in countries such as South Africa, Australia, Russia, Chile, Japan, Iceland, Canada, Europe and Mexico.
Since 1922, Dickies quality has been built into every product. We will gladly replace a Dickies garment or refund your money if you are not satisfied for any reason. Please feel free to call our special customer service line with any comments at 1-800-DICKIES.
The product is easy to use. The product is highly durable. The product is manufactured China.
Dickies Insulated Bib Overall. Made from 10 ounce high performance duck with all brass leg, fly, and pocket zippers with oversize pulls. Legs zip to the waist for easy off an on and elastic waist inserts at the back allow free movement.
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- ASIN: B000VWC99W
- Item model number: TB839B
- Date first listed on Amazon: September 18, 2006
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I'm reviewing the Dickies Insulated Bib or Overall in Black, in case the seller has multiple listings.
I can already tell you that these overalls are GREAT! I purchased this exact model 4 years ago from another location and they've held up well with minimal damage.
I'm a woman that works out in the elements doing a variety of jobs. I'm primarily a mobile mechanic that works on site ranging from automotive, landscaping equipment, construction rigs, and snow removal equipment. Being warm and mostly dry or comfortable is important to me, for most of the jobs doing repair work doesn't include much moving around, so I don't or can't generate lots of heat. For example, working on a vehicle... mostly bent under the hood or kneeling at a wheel hub. The other time I wear these is when I help out for snow removal, I shovel or snowblow while my partner is plowing in the truck. In this scenario, I don't need too much upper outerwear but the lower or my core is essential. I'll wear a couple thermal shirts with a hoodie over and then pair it with the Bib. This keeps me dry but also breathable and able to work with my arms like a vest, less bulk. I'm located in the SE PA region of the USA, so I'll pull these out for use by Nov or so, especially for early morning or dusk and after hours. Then worn more often until late spring? (it varies) So this is the background, what temps, and the reason for purchase.
As far as the first pair I bought, I still use them but am passing them off to my daughter as she is now working on equipment or just generally with me. The only noticable damage is a slight tear at the right knee where it is double layered anyway, so it's not penetrating through the actual pant. I'll be sewing a patch so the integrity of the pant stays intact. I do much more work than my daughter, so giving her the old ones seemed more logical. All the zippers work, which is GREAT! One of the best features, in my opinion are the side pant zippers that come from the ankle up to the hip on both sides, so no matter the footwear, you take these off without needing to remove the boots, etc. So important to me because in the dead of winter I wear high lace up work boots, so it's a hassle to take them off and on. When going indoors to have a meal, or a break between snowfalls, you can easily get overheated, so this is where those side zippers are super convenient. I like that most of the pockets have zippers too, so that your wallet or phone stay dry and put when working.
As I stated, I'm a female about 5'4" and between 110 & 120 lbs evenly proportioned. I found that the men's Small & Regular fit the best and the 1st time around, I actually had to stitch the shoulder straps just a bit shorter, as the tightest setting was still a little loose even with layers. I either wear this with a hoodie and several shirts underneath with the bib over everything OR I'll wear several shirts, then the bib over with a winter work coat over that.... for more severe cold or idle in movement type conditions in the elements. I should add that I also have the Arctic Bibs made by Carhart. I prefer the Dickies because even from the waist up, it is insulated. So the whole chest & back have an extra layer almost like a vest. The Cartharts do not, but the Cartharts are made in the USA, while the Dickies are made in China. Just thought I'd put that out there.
I bought this from the seller "Amazon LLC", which I feel is important to list this info. I've come across sellers with variances in their items, including knockoffs, even if listed as same brand. I'll post an update with a durability review.
I was finally able to take & post photos of my daughter wearing my 4 year bib, while doing some tree work today. You can see the minimal wear at the knees, which I'd like to patch up before getting worse, but I'm a little glad I didn't yet so that I can truly demonstrate how well this wore so far. I can only hope my new ones wear this well and last as long.
As for sizing, my tall, handsome man is 6'3" at 215 lbs and ordered an X-Large-Regular Length, which fit him perfectly, with enough room for a fleece-lined sweatshirt hoodie underneath his overalls when needed. I noticed many reviews which said these run a little bit too long, so we resisted the tall length and ordered regular length instead, which fit as if they were made for him & not skimpy at all. I hope this will help someone his size to determine how to order and we highly recommend them.
a Large but when he tried them on they were too long. He's 5'10" and they fit perfect
on the waist area but the length was way too long. These overalls just come in S, M, L, XL etc
they don't offer length size, therefore you need to be a tall man to wear the L.