DICKIES MOTO PRESS
“They actually look and feel like clothing, not protective gear. I have been wearing my riding pants to work just like any other pants. While the material looks and feels like ordinary denim, it is made of a brand-new fabric Dickies calls “Iron Cloth.” The brand weaves high-strength fibers vertically in the fabric to give the garment horizontal strength against tearing and abrasion. The vertical alignment also gives the weave a look like “iron jail bars,” the inspiration for the name.
Dickies says the fabric makes the Moto line 300 percent more abrasion-resistant than normal denim. Don’t be surprised if Dickies adds this cloth to other garments, opening more of their lineup to your two-wheeled adventures.”
There’s something to be said about a brand that’s been doing its thing for almost 100 years. Dickies has manufactured legit work wear since 1922, which if you think about it, American infrastructure was built with Dickies around the waists and over the shoulders of our hard-working men and women. To honor the Americana heritage of “exploring the open road,” Dickies debuted its first Moto Work Wear Collection.