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Dickies introduces expanded E-Vis garments
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Jan '12
Leading global work wear brand Dickies is expanding its enhanced visibility (E-Vis) garment offering from five stocked products to more than 400 unique combinations of safety-focused occupational wear. The expansion allows workers in high-traffic areas and heavy-equipment zones to customize virtually any Dickies garment by adding E-Vis reflective striping in 18 predetermined locations.

"Many of our customers work in construction, heavy equipment, landscaping and other high traffic industries and demand an enhanced visibility work wear solution from a brand they know and trust," said Alex Smith, senior vice president of occupational wear at Dickies. "We are pleased to introduce the expanded E-Vis offering to our customers and the work wear marketplace."

Dickies E-Vis is constructed from 3M Scotchlite Reflective Tape that provides enhanced visibility in daylight, nighttime and low-light conditions. Color combinations consist of silver, orange/silver and lime/silver available in 1-inch, 1.5-inch, 2-inch and 2.5-inch tape widths. The six 3M tape options can be applied to garments in 18 predetermined locations.

The announcement of the E-Vis solution adds to the breadth of products and service options available through the new occupational wear service model unveiled by Dickies in 2011. "Dickies Workwear Delivered" promises faster delivery of core products with deeper inventory, providing customers increased confidence and trust of knowing when their products will arrive.

Dickies is the leading global brand of innovative and trusted work wear. The brand has an unwavering commitment and proud heritage of providing tough, quality clothing to workers for 90 years.

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