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Dickies Unlined Eisenhower Jacket New for spring, this lincoln green Unlined Eisenhower Jacket from Dickies has a classic look and is made from a hardwearing blend of polyester and cotton. Ideal for layering throughout the warmer months thanks to the bulk free silhouette, the front is fastened by a full length zip which leads to a collar neckline and on either side of the waist slash welt pockets have matching fabric linings and offer space to carry essential items. On the left sleeve an additional pencil pocket is available and the cuffs are fastened by colour matched single buttons with a short placket above that lets you roll the fabric to suit. Triple stitched seams can be seen across the style which ensures a hard wearing finish and the fit of the body can be adjusted using tabs on the waistband. A small woven Dickies label sits on the left side of the front for signature branding. As one of Dickies best selling jackets, this style captures the brands rich heritage within designing heavy duty workwear whilst also making it suitable for contemporary wear. Utilitarian inspired detailing brings unique character to the design whilst the lack of lining means this edition suits the warmer months. Established in 1922, Dickies are specialists in designing workwear which they say the ‘stands for the quality, toughness and pride that embodies the American worker.’ Also Available In: View More Dickies at Flatspot
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