Original Women’s Work Pants (774)
Using the same durable and long-lasting polyester/cotton twill from the men’s silhouette, the 774 pants were created. It is a take on the Original 874 Men’s Work Pants with an updated women’s cut. This low-slung version of the men’s classic pant offers an iconic silhouette made just for her.
“Good cut for a female. Low waisted and roomy in the hips and thighs. They repel water splashes, stains, and dirt wipes off. I’m a firefighter so this is key!”
Women’s Stretch Classic Pants (FP321)
Keep it business casual with classic twill pants, designed to fit a woman’s shape. The contoured waistline keeps her comfortable and naturally hits just below the waist. There’s extra room in the seat and thigh for added comfort. With pockets and enough storage place to keep her ready for anything, this pant is not only functional, it works with her. For a slimmer fit, try the FP121 with a boot cut.
“These pants are wonderful. They are soft they fit well and they wear really well.”
Women’s Stretch Cargo Pants (FP888)
Dickies has been making women’s workwear for over 70 years. Inspired by military pants, this functional cargo has been a go-to for work—packed with pockets to store her necessities. Made with over 80% cotton for a softer feel, they’re seen at work on casual days when she needs storage space with the extra pockets, or on an off day when she’s going for a work-inspired look.
“Another great work pant. Love the fabric and the cut. Perfect midrise pant with generous pockets.”
Women’s Double Front Carpenter Pants (FD2500)
These new women’s duck pants with stretch fabric are equally durable and comfortable. Designed by women, for women, these carpenter pants have a contoured waistband to prevent gapping in the back, as well as multi-functional pockets for any work tools she may need. They were also made with double front panels and knee pad openings to allow added protection when she needs it.
“These pants are seriously awesome. Tool pockets on both sides of the legs, double paneled fabric in the front for all the wear and tear on the job, and they stretch when you bend.”