- 100% Cotton
- No Fur
- Machine Wash
- SUPERIOR COMFORT FIT: These overalls are made of a 100% cotton denim that's comfortable, breathable & washed for softness with ScuffGard to prevent wear & tear. They feature a generous, roomy fit in seat & thigh & a straight leg that fits over boots.
- STURDY FUNCTIONALITY: These overalls are built for hard work & equipped for comfort & convenience with a roomy bib pocket and traditional carpenter styling including a hammer loop & multiple tool pockets on both legs. They're good for on or off the job
- TOUGH & ROOMY: Want a comfortable & extra-tough alternative to traditional belted work pants? Try our bib overalls in durable cotton duck or finely woven cotton denim. Both resist snags & tears, & sturdy triple-stitching & beltless roomy fit seal the deal
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Relaxed Fit, Straight Leg Traditional Carpenter Styling With Hammer Loop and Key Loop. Scuff Gard And Fits Over Boots
- Product Dimensions : 14.5 x 1.5 x 14.5 inches; 1.15 Pounds
- Item model number : FB206MSB XS
- Department : Womens
- Date First Available : April 4, 2014
- Manufacturer : Dickies Women's Sportswear
- ASIN : B00IJ9GUCQ
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I read several reviews and most say run "oversized"
Im a pretty tiny human: 5'2" 115 lbs
I usually wear a size 26 women/ 28 men or a size small but for these I got a size XS per reviews and calling Dickies to find out the pant waist measurement/ their recommendations.
As you can see from the photo these are not too tight or too baggy, the fit for me was perfect.
Besides me being short these do run very very long, thankfully Im a fashion designer and shortened the hem myself to a "normal" pant hem but still roll them up for that workwear look.
Overall (pun intended) Im pleased with these!! :)
I also recommend going down a size as well. I'm 125ibs 5'3 tall and a size 4. Ordered an XS. It fits well around my thighs and stomach that are a bit more pudgy. Super long, though. I had to roll them up which is a better style for me anyway. All in all, I'm definitely impressed!
I am not a slim person, and these compliment my wide frame nicely. I weigh 190 lbs, carrying most of it in my stomach and thighs. I am 5' 7" with child-bearing hips, for your reference, and I ordered a large. The quality of the fabric and stitching is great, I haven't seen any loose threads. The dye transfers onto my hands quickly even after two washes, giving my palms a bluish tint. I do also cuff the legs, but this is mostly an artistic choice on my part, not a necessity.
I encourage to try this overalls, they're a good price to try out a new style.
Some things to know about the sizing: I ordered the XL although the size chart and other comments made me think I should have ordered a large. I had my third c-section a few months ago and I loathe having my pants dig into the scar area, plus I'm cursed with a stupid swath of skin the makes sizing things correctly difficult. Pants, even well fitted ones, tend to gap at the waist, mold around my lower abdomen, and hang too loose from my hips. I wear around a size 14, although that's only for the looser fit on the scar. If that wasn't a problem area I think I wear a 12, maybe 10. So the XL is bigger than I need... but I really like them this loose!
The length: tall ladies, you're in luck. These are easily more than 12" longer than I need. I'm 5'2ish and generally my inseam is 30". I have these rolled three times in a wide cuff, and I plan to tailor them to length after a few more washings. My fellow shorties, don't complain. You can always cut fabric off, but you can't exactly add length.
The fabric is not very thick. I'd say it even feels rather thin, but it also feels quite sturdy. There's just a bit of stretch in the fabric, which makes bending, climbing, sitting, etc comfortable and keeps you from getting a sudden frontal wedgie.
I've worn them for outdoor work in 90 degree weather with high humidity, and these were just light enough to not feel suffocating but thick enough to protect my skin from brush and insects. This was followed by a day indoors, perched on the top of ladders while running electrical wiring. There were plenty of handy pockets to keep tools close at hand and roomy, real-sized pockets to actually put things in. You know how women's jeans sometimes have itty bitty pockets you can't even get your hand into? Not the problem with these. I could keep my thicker-than-average cell phone in one and actually get it out with one hand.
I think the only thing I don't like as much is that the straps are as short as they can be and the crotch is still a little lower than I like; however, I'm certain it's because I ordered them in a bigger size than I need. I'll also add that I'm much bustier than average. The bib on these is actually wide and long enough to fit correctly. The buckles/catches are not in my armpits, not are they too close to center. I can freely move my arms around without the buttons slipping into a painful spot.
There's one feature that's on them I wasn't expecting- on the back of each leg-cuff, the fabric is doubled and thicker. Having stepped on the back of my pantlegs often, this is a really nice detail. I usually wear thicker soled work boots, and stepping on the cuff a lot can mean quickly ripping holes into the cuff. This should help reduce that from happening, at least as quickly as it could.
Overall, I'd recommend these for anyone from professional wear-every-day types to a fun and comfortable everyday wear item. I plan to purchase a second pair since I wear these so often, but I think I'll wait a few more months for the rest of the baby weight to shed or settle down and order something that fits just a little tighter. These are better quality than any of the other brands I currently own and have a lower price point than the closest comparable I have... starts with the letter C and sounds like bar part.