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Women's Dickies Original 774 Straight-Leg Work Pants

$36.99 - $44.99
Regular $42.00  - $50.00

Color: Black

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Look good in Dickies pants. Straight-leg design from the waist to the leg opening provides an easy, flattering fit.

:Product Features

  • Wrinkle-resistant finish
  • Stain-release fabric
  • Twill construction
  • 4-pocket

Fit & Sizing

  • Tall: 34-in. inseam
  • Average: 32-in. inseam
  • Midrise sits above the hip
  • Zipper fly

Fabric & Care

  • Polyester/cotton
  • Machine wash
  • Imported
Size & Fit Information
  Size Chart
    Waist Hips
  4 27.5" 37.5"
  6 28.5" 38.5"
  8 29.5" 39.5"
  10 30.5" 40.5"
  12 32" 42"
  14 33.5" 43.5"
  16 35" 45"
  18 37" 47"

Size chart is a general guide. It may include sizes that are unavailable for this item.

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from We Need Help Why can't companies understand that if women are buying work pants we need them to work? I buy dickies because they are a good work pant but I cant use the womens because you ignore the fact that women need functional pockets just like men and we don't all want our pants to stretch. I am no longer a slim and trip teen. Your mens pant are proportioned for men ( as they should be) so could you PLEASE make a womans pant that is just like the mens but proportioned for women? More color options would also be great but seems getting a functional pair ow womens work pants is a tall order so I wont press my luck.
Date published: 2018-04-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Durable Dear God are these abrasive! Even after being worn daily & laundered for a month now, they could still stand on their own. Fit is good. I'm 5'4-1/2", weigh 150#'s, and am bottom-heavy. Thick thru the thighs & hips and these size 6's are what I need. They're a touch long in the length for flats. Could be slightly hemmed but I'm lazy. Durable pant if you can withstand the abrasiveness which I'll deal with for the great price! Lots of lotion on these legs! I'm an aviation maintenance instructor so I needed everyday khaki slacks faculty look with the durability of when I conduct on-aircraft practical training.
Date published: 2018-03-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too Tight on Butt! I wanted to buy some women's Dickies because the men's fit like, well, men's pants. I have wider hips and a bigger butt and I thought that if I went through the Dickies website to get a women's pant, it would fit my body/womanly figure better. However, it fit the exact same as men's. The waste gaped and it was really tight on the butt. It did fit my hips though which is typically the hardest part of my body to accommodate. I give it two stars because they had such the potential to be perfect, but they just fit exactly like a men's pant. What's the point of making "WOMEN'S" work pants if they aren't going to take the different shapes into consideration?
Date published: 2018-02-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I still wear them... I bought a pair of the women's work pants a few months ago. I'm not sure exactly what type of work is expected in low rise pants. I'm a brewer and am constantly squatting, bending, and kneeling. The women's work pants leave no room to move, and sit right on my hips. The pockets are maybe 2" deep. There are no tools I use that can fit in there...I can't even fit my phone in any of the pockets, front or back. If you want to look like you do work, and look cute, these are for you. But for me; it's function over fashion. The quality is decent, however they wear out in the thighs (for me at least, size 14) and I think the polyester blend, heat, and water don't mix well. I'll stick to the men's pants. Those are higher waited, and more durable. Again, it's function over fashion. These might work for you, they just don't work for me.
Date published: 2015-04-23
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