What does double front pants mean?

Double front pants are not your regular trousers. In the literal sense, they appear to have two fronts. A typical double front has two front pockets and two back pockets, sometimes with a set of two layers. Additionally, there are utility pockets, including mid-thigh pockets that may also be dual.

What is double knee pants?

The double knee is constructed from two layers of the twill fabric seamed together. As such, for people putting these to use in the workplace, there are are not slots for knee pads.

What are those jeans with the lines called?

Whisker jeans are denim jeans that feature thin vertical lines of fading on the front. These lines of fading are called “whiskers” because, as you may have guessed, they look like whiskers. The lines are vertical, but they often expand outwards towards the bottom of the jeans.

What is flat front?

Flat-front: Flat-front pants are slimming, snugger and are popular with trendier guys. Since there are no pleats, the silhouette is cleaner, which flatters slimmer figures. On the other hand, if flat-front pants are ill fitting, they can also emphasize a belly or other “not so favorite” area of the body.

What are dungaree jeans?

Dungaree is a coarse, sturdy, cotton fabric. Dungarees are jeans. This word, from Hindi, has all but lost its original meaning, which refers to a strong cotton fabric. Now it refers to pants made from this material: jeans. Dungarees are casual pants worn for hanging out or doing physical work.

Are Dickies pants good?

The Dickies Work Pant remains one of our our best selling items for good reason. They are built to last, have a timeless aesthetic and their prices are unbeatable. Customers who have found their favourite model return every season.

Where are Dickies clothes made?

Yes, some Dickies are still made in Texas, but the vast majority are made in Mexico, Asia and the Middle East.

Can you tailor double knee pants?

The answer is yes. It’s a common question we get regarding tapering pants with knee pads or double layers. Depending on how aggressive the taper, sometimes the knee layer has to be reshaped at the bottom edge to make room for the new seam sewing.