When you think what makes the quintessential Chinos or Khakis, what comes to mind? It’s difficult not to think of Cramerton Mills & Dickies. How bout a pair Cramerton Army Cloth Dickies?
Dickies was built on their use of Cramerton Army Cloth making over 9 million uniforms in WWII that turned them into the workwear giant they are today. Cramerton Mills, was one of the biggest producers of fabric in the US, yet as many US textile producers (like the recent shuttering of Cone’s White Oak Mill in Greensboro, NC), they closed production in 2015 and original Army Cloth has become a highly coveted fabric.
By chance, a friend at Dickies mentioned they had 3 bolts of narrow goods deadstock Cramerton Mill Army Cloth (the real McCoy) sitting on the floor in their Uvalde, TX factory. We quickly placed an order for 150 pairs of 874 fit Work Pants in this iconic fabric.
If you are interested in a pair please like and request. There are only 150 available, so keep...