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1620 Workwear Is The Last Workwear You’ll Ever Need

1620 Workwear is inspired by the heritage and spirit of workers and craftsmanship that the country was built on. Their name is an homage to the year the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, and all their clothing is made in America; and when they say Made in America, they mean “with American made fabric, buttons and zippers sewn together by American machinists”. The result is that every single piece of workwear they make is of utmost quality and built to last a lifetime, and perfectly combines modern technology with old-fashioned style and craftsmanship.

The Stretch NYCO pants are a pair of single knee pants, made from a propriety blend of Cordura and stretch fabric, coated with a special water, oil and stain repellent Finish. It’s dotted with pockets – front, back, utility pockets on the leg. The front pocket has a dual purpose knife clip, to prevent from tearing the pocket, and the left hand pocket is made large enough for large cell phones. The fit is described as Modern 1620 Style -“no extra bagginess to get in your way, not too skinny to mess with your freedom of movement.”

The Cordura 4Ever Fleece Hoodie is a modern take on classic hoodie design; it’sa  78% American Cotton and 22% Nylon CORDURA® fabric blend, and can be worn either a base layer or outer layer in the chillier months. There is 3M Scotchlite® reflective print on sleeves for added safety at night, and is completely compliant with No Melt/No Drip safety standards. It’s rugged enough for hard work, but also comfy enough for wearing around afterwards.

But the real draw with these pants isn’t their features, so much as the quality, attention-to-detail and committment that 1620 Workwear puts into all their clothes; you can feel good about buying from a company like them, and you can be assured your investment will last for years to come.

 

1620 Workwear Is The Last Workwear You’ll Ever Need
1620 Workwear Is The Last Workwear You’ll Ever Need
1620 Workwear Is The Last Workwear You’ll Ever Need