Dickies Scrub Pants Review

I was recently offered a pair of Dickies Scrub Pants in exchange for an honest review. How could I pass up free scrubs? I am no fashion blogger, but here is my best effort at a review.

Overall Impressions

I was sent a medium pair of men’s scrub bottoms which I have worn a couple times.

The scrubs are a huge upgrade over the basic scrubs at most hospitals. Lets talk about a few things I like about them:

  • Comfort. They fit really well and I can see myself using them as just an everyday pair of pants. The material is sturdy but not irritating.
  • Color. A solid navy blue that looks professional.
  • Utility. Lots of useful pockets and loops for hanging things.

Cons are minimal. The only thing I don’t really like is having both a drawstring as well as button and zipper on the front. Just the drawstring would be sufficient.

I’m not sure what else to say about them. If you’re willing to pay a little extra for some comfy, useful scrubs I’d say these are a great bet. Check them out over at Uniformed Scrubs. Use the code “15PBRM” for 15% off.

5 thoughts on “Dickies Scrub Pants Review”

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  2. Congrats to him as well as you! I’m sure you feel like the process of getntig him here has already been a journey but now the real journey begins! My hubby is in the process of applying to medical school so I know how you feel I can’t wait to see him on his first day!!

  3. I would love to have an abundance of scrub dsesres in a longer length. The ones in the past have been too short. I Would love to see them in basic white, black, navy, brown, ceil blue, and teal mainly and an array of colors for everyone else. I prefer tie-backs with hip pockets features, and long length to the ankle. I would also love to see a scrub jacket in classic prints such as houndstooth, glen plaid, polka dot, etc. Prints that are plain classic, not busy.

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