Learn More About Men's Workwear
Take on Tough Jobs with Men's Workwear
DICK'S Sporting Goods offers a variety of men's workwear and work boots built around the quality and durability of companies like Carhartt® and Under Armour®. Men's work clothes are made to be durable and functional. Heavy duty jackets and vests, shirts, sweatshirts, bibs, knit caps and gloves are available to meet any on-the-job need.
DICK'S all-weather jacket selection of men's workwear ranges from quilted and hooded jackets intended for cold weather toil, to traditional cotton duck coats that last through whatever the task. Vests can be layered over or under other work wear and are made to provide flexibility and warmth.
Work shirts and sweatshirts vary from plaid long sleeve and fleeced hoodies, to crew neck sweatshirts and cotton canvas hoodies. Every worker needs sturdy legwear, whether it's cotton canvas bibs, sandstone bib overalls, or reinforced knee dungarees. To complete an outdoors working outfit, knit caps and work gloves are created with the features to keep you warm and effective on the job.
DICK'S Sporting Goods provides you with a complete hard-working wardrobe, offering sturdy items that provide lasting protection. Hooded and lined jackets offer insulation in any weather. Fabrics such as cotton duck and cotton polyester are durable enough to stand heavy-duty use, tough environments, and rough materials that would rip through normal clothes.
Vests maintain vital core temperatures, while enabling you to retain mobility. They also work well in conjunction with DICK'S long sleeve shirts and hoodies when you need to layer your men's work clothes as the weather changes.
Bibs and work overalls can slide on over pants, providing extra warmth on cold days. They also offer additional leg protection from sparks and flames or while kneeling on gravel or rough terrain. Certain styles feature openings in the leg cuffs that allow you to fit them around your rugged work boots.
Knit caps help retain critical body heat, helping you stay warm during cold winter months. Specialized work gloves protect your hands from sharp objects, open flames, collisions and freezing cold temperatures.
Work jackets are built for utility as much as protection and are tough against rough surfaces. They have exterior pockets big enough for gloved hands and tools and an interior pocket that zips closed for valuables. There are no straps or loops that could get hung up on protrusions or caught in machinery.
Overalls are often made with heavier weight material that can stand up to carrying the tools and gear that would stretch and break lighter weight fabrics.
When it comes to work gloves, use thick gloves for shovel handles and when working with heavy objects, such as chunks of steel, to avoid blisters and cuts. Thinner gloves offer protection while giving you enough dexterity to handle small hardware and fragile components.