Its free delivery if you choose Royal Mail using the drop down.
Yes I bought a load of there coats ripped like tissue paper
The Dickies stuff seems hugely variable, a couple of pairs of jeans were the worse I've ever had, pockets and zips barely made it to the end of the month but the Antrim boots wore really well and fitted nicely with excellent build quality. Check reviews first and be careful I suppose.
I cannot comment on "Scruffs", but my Dickies black cargo work trousers costing £20+ are rubbish in comparison to the "Workwear" ones I picked up from Aldi a while back. In fact, I bought another 3 pairs since (£6.99 on sale) and find them more comfortable, versatile, much thicker than the paper thin "Dickies"and they were less than half the price of the "Dickies" which I've not worn since. The cargo shorts are great as well. Also, the "Dickies' polo shirts are pretty grim too. They were on offer, but that's no excuse to be that poor.
Posted 26th Sep 2017Posted 26th Sep 2017
Dickies Work/Safety Gloves, All £10, More Than Half Price + £2.99 Delivery @ Dickies, £12.99£12.99
Just saw an advert about these on Facebook, prices valid till 1st October. RRPs for these gloves go from £31-£60. Prices shown Including VAT (you can choose a Non-VAT price option)… Read more
Not got long if you want to order them, too, runs out at midnight (or whenever Dickies update their website prices) :p Edit: Maybe I'm having a brain fart and it actually runs out at 23:59 on 1st October, which would make more sense :D
Great deal, cheers OP. Unfortunately the Dickies Heavy Duty Gloves were only available in XXL when I ordered - guess they were popular, and XL sold out? Ordered most in XL and L, so I can try them on. Was going to measure my hand but there's no size guide, and then realised I could just use some of my existing work gloves to try - which are size 9 or 10. So L or XL should hopefully work. These are essentially slightly tweaked KONG gloves: http://ironclad.com/all-kong-gloves-2/ So a good deal from the looks of it. Although you can get some of the KONG gloves and some of the Dickies gloves off eBay etc. for around £10-£15 depending on the glove Would be nice if they did something lighter weight too - just a good DIY glove. These are real rigger gloves it seems. Good to have a heavy duty pair of gloves though.
Sounds like a size up would help. Fingers are on the long side buy not a problem for me in my job. Imho, well worth a tenner a pair, obviously cos I've bought another 5 pairs.
Boyf did all the measurements to determine his glove size before ordering (size M) - and all he's done is moan about them! He says they're too tight, digits are a tad too long and there's not much room for manoevure with the fingers. Maybe the Thinsulate-lined ones (the RRP £60, waterproof gloves) need a bit more "breaking in" or maybe he needs a size up, not sure.
Tried the heavy duty gloves and the waterproof gloves today. When I started work it was pissing it down so I put the waterproof gloves on. Being new they took a bit of getting used to and too thick for fiddly job. Performed well and kept my hands dry and warm. It has a soft fleecy type of lining.only problem, hard to put on with damp or wet hands. I ordered XL. The other gloves are thinner and more flexible, although not waterproof kept my hands dry. Easier to get on and off. Ordered XL. The grip on both pairs was great and the finger protection felt very good. I have ordered another 5 pairs but XXL.