Look your best in this elegant medical lab coat from Cherokee! This lab coat is made of comfortable fabric and added with functional features that you'll surely love.
- Classic notched collar and three buttons at the front for easy closure
- Spacious patch pockets and cutaway front
- Log set-in sleeves and adjustable tie back belt for easy adjustments
- Center back length: 30" (inches)
- Cherokee's Women's Product
- Available sizes: 6 to 18
- 65% Polyester / 35% Cotton Twill with Soil Release
- Add Embroidery first line for $4.49 and $2.49 for additional lines.
From the Desk of Scrubs Stylist:
You might think that all medical lab coats are created equal. Well, I believe they are not. Cherokee lab coats are superior to others regarding its ability to protect the wearer, the quality of comfort it provides and the price you need to pay to get them. It is not an overstatement to say that CH-348 - Cherokee women 30 inches two pocket short medical lab coat is a superior one.
First, the brand itself has an outstanding reputation when it comes to producing fine white lab coats for women in regards to comfort and functionality. It seems that "inspired comfort" is not just a marketing slogan but Cherokee's statement of conviction in the healthcare industry.
Second, CH-348 offers functional style. It's classic notched collar provides breathability and is very professional-looking. There are two slanted patch pockets and cutaway front that are spacious enough for you to contain essential tools and other valuables. It has an adjustable tie back belt for easy adjustments.
Third, this Cherokee lab coat provides protection for the wearer. It is stain-resistant since it can deflect most liquid spills. The long set-in sleeves provide protection for the arms while the three button closure makes it easy to take off during emergencies.
Finally, when it comes to price this item is very reasonable and is worth the quality and comfort you can get. There are cheaper items available, but I guess it could be a risk to choose from them.
Based on my experience, medical uniforms are very vulnerable to staining, so usually it would entail a lot of cool moves not to catch stain at work. Fortunately, this lab coat is made of fabric composed of polyester and cotton poplin with soil release finish for easy care. Now, I don't need to worry working in whites thanks to this Cherokee uniform. Simple stains such as food or ink blots can be washed off using ordinary detergents. However, for organic and toxic stains, I highly recommend asking assistance from the in-house laundry at your workplace. For common stains, use lukewarm water and mild detergent.
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How to Measure
How to Measure: Determining the accurate size for your body is half the struggle. A perfect fit scrub does not only look smart and professional but also keeps you comfortable for thise long tiring days. Grab a measuring tape and get started. Make sure you grab the tape straight and snug not tight to your body.
- A. Chest: Measure under your around the fullest part of your chest.
- B. Waist: Keep the tape loose and measure around your natural waistline.
- C. Hip: Stand with your heels together and measure around the fullest part of your hip.
- D. Length: Measure from where the shoulder meets the neck to the bottom hem of the garment.