Dickies Brownsville White T-shirt
Born out of a collaboration with the Macho Beard Company the Brownsville features a large front print design and dickies logo tab on the hem. Made from 100% Cotton and cut in a regular fit the Brownsville comes in black or white colour options.
The guys at the Macho Beard Company insist on working in quality workwear with pure and impeccable design, and that’s why they choose Dickies. In their own words…
“American culture is at the heart of Macho Beard Company, and Dickies Life product allows us to reflect this influence through the clothing we wear in our everyday lives.”
Macho Beard Co collaboration
Men’s regular fit t-shirt
100% cotton single jersey, 180gsm
- Short Sleeve
1926 born on the model 874 (or chino pant lifetime), the real flagship Dickies.
Today these pants along with his shirt are legendary in the world of American fashion. It is a favorite set of thousands of artists who wear on the covers of their albums, actors in his films, skaters in their exhibitions, workers in their jobs or ordinary citizens.
In January 2006, WD (Williamson-Dickie) absorbed both European, Scooter distributors in Germany (responsible for supplying Dickies in northern Europe) y Arsenal in France (and the South) and getting the global globality and growth ever achieved in the history of it, and what is more beautiful, still a family business, headed by the grandson of its founder.
Here (in Europe) do not have that as American tradition, that is why we combine classic American style with another collection Street Wear pure and especially thinking of the European public. Although after all that is the essence of the brand, street clothes, clothes for people who kick the street, as we miss all of us now or at some point in our street life.
CN Williamson and rode Coronel E.E. Dickies your business "US Overall Company" back in the 1918 in Texas, what began as a modest company that manufactured only wahoo (also known in Spain as monkeys, and technically as the classic Bib Overall) of work. In 1922 the familia Williamson purchase all shares in the company and renamed "Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Company".