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Dickies Men's Shorts

Since 1922, Dickies has been supplying hard wearing, durable clothing, suitable for a host of lifestyles, jobs, and pursuits. Dickies men's shorts are, therefore, an excellent choice for those men looking for shorts with real strength and resilience.

Cargo, combat, utility and more

There is a wide choice of Dickies shorts available to you that will suit any sport, activity, or trade you are involved in.

Cargos and combat shorts are great for keeping cool during strenuous activities at work or at play and are made with Dickies' customary strength and durability. These type of shorts have wide, deep pockets.

Longer in length, whilst comfortable and fashionable, Dickies flat front shorts are a great choice for all kinds of occupations and for casual use in general.

Dickies carpenter and utility shorts provide warmth and a smart look, with large or multiple pockets to hold several items at work and keep men's hands free.

Further attractive styles are available from Dickies, including Board, Surf, and Bermuda shorts, which are perfect if you're looking for a resilient beachwear or surfing option. For those looking for casualwear and shorts for non-sporting or non-work activities, the stylish range of Dickies denim shorts may be of interest. Ramblers and hikers can also find a range of shorts which are perfect for trekking in the great outdoors. These options and more, supply men of all stripes with hard wearing shorts to suit their individual lifestyles.

Comfortable slim, regular, and loose fits

Whichever fit men require for their Dickies shorts, there is a cut to suit their bodies, hobbies, and occupations. Slim fit shorts will suit some, with a slender look. Regular fit shorts look great on a wide range of body sizes and types. Loose fit shorts provide a casual, relaxed look, with optimum comfort. They can be perfect for keeping cool, both in work and at social settings.

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