Messy jobs don't have to mean messy clothes. These versatile, multi-purpose Dickies 48977 FS Fisher Stripe Unlined Cotton Coveralls can be worn while at work or even while working at home. Protect your" real" clothes from messy grease, oil, paint splatters, spackle ... (see full details) (see specifications) #DCK48977FS.
Messy jobs don't have to mean messy clothes. These versatile, multi-purpose Dickies 48977 FS Fisher Stripe Unlined Cotton Coveralls can be worn while at work or even while working at home. Protect your" real" clothes from messy grease, oil, paint splatters, spackle, or any other mess. Whether you paint houses for a living, work on cars, or just need to crawl under your own house for occasional maintenance, these men's coveralls can be stripped off afterward for a clean, refreshed feel. ( Of course, your results will vary with personal hygiene habits.)
These 10-ounce, 100% breathable cotton coveralls have side waist inserts and a bi-swing back for a roomy fit that moves with you and stretches for more space to cover your regular clothes. With two large back pockets and four pockets in the front, you should not run out of room to carry tools or materials for your work in these long sleeve coveralls. With a heavy-duty brass 2-way zipper and concealed neck and waist snaps, you won't have to worry about these striped coveralls falling off while you work. Nor will you have to worry about losing valuables because the front right chest pocket also has a snap flap to hold in important stuff.
Wear these roomy Dickies 48977 FS Fisher Stripe Cotton Unlined Coveralls over your clothes as a protective barrier with lots of pockets. Add a pair of these Dickies coveralls to your work wardrobe. Don't settle for anything less when you're bound to make a mess!
Previously known as 4897 FS.
Please note larger sizes have higher prices.
Manufactured Sizes: Regular: M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL | Tall: M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL
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4 out of 5
I liked the style, I didn't like the...
By: Stephen Procter
I liked the style, I didn't like the material the labels were made from. I would like to have known by how much they were going to shrink. Key strength is the quality, key weakness is the sizing. I would not recommend these to anyone due to the poor sizing. I am 6' 200lbs & the arms were 2" too short & the legs were 1" too short (after shrinkage was finished). Is it too much to ask that the coveralls are washed by the manufacturer until the shrinkage is completed & then show actual sizes. I use the coveralls on a Petro-chem facility in the Middle East. They are performing very well so far (6 months use).