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Carhartt Scrubs: Men's C14108 KHI Khaki/Brown Utility Ripstop Scrub Top

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Carhartt Scrubs: C14108 KHI Utility Color Block Men's Khaki Scrub Top

Carhartt Scrubs: Men's C14108 KHI Khaki/Brown Utility Ripstop Scrub Top

Doctors and nurses used to just wear ordinary clothes when doing their jobs (which sounds like a laundry nightmare). Then surgeons began to wear medical clothes when they would “scrub in." Hence, the name "scrubs" and the idea of wearing comfortable and resilient work clothing, like this ~Carhartt Men’s Khaki/Brown C14108 KHI Color Block Cotton Blend Ripstop Blend Utility Scrub Top.

This Carhartt shirt is made from a combination of 55% cotton and 45% polyester Ripstop fabric. Cotton adds softness, while the Ripstop has coarser fibers ribbed at intervals to stop tears and rips in their tracks. Lightweight and durable, Ripstop also boasts wind- and water-resistance.

When it comes to those charts, you always need to keep something to write with handy. The multipurpose Tradesmen pocket has 3 openings, including a super handy pen slot. A bi-swing back makes this men's shirt easy and comfortable to move in.

There’s a reason why medical professionals came up with work scrubs. Save the blue jeans for the weekend. Wear your durable and functional Carhartt Men’s C14108 KHI Color Block Cotton Blend Ripstop Blend Utility Brown/Khaki Scrub to get the job done.

Please note higher prices for larger sizes.

Manufactured Sizes: REG: SM, MD, LG, XL, 2XL, 3XL

Detailed Product Specifications

Color
Khaki
Gender
Men's
Fabric Weight
Light
Fabric
Cotton, Polyester, RipStop
Fit
Loose
Sleeve Type
Short
Neckline
V-Neck
Pattern
Solid
Pockets
One
Shirt Style
Pullover
Features
Embroiderable
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