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    Dickies GenFlex Junior Youtility Cargo Petite Scrub Pants

    Item #: (DI-82155P)

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    Any petite nurse would be fully able to work with these GenFlex Youtility cargo pants in petite cut. These pants feature an all around waistband with wide belt loops and drawstring waist. They have nine utility pockets including two back pockets, front shaped pockets and two cargo pockets. They also have an ID bungee loop, multi-needle solid color topstitching and motion knee darts. They are made with a stretchy twilled fabric composed of blended cotton, polyester and spandex. The pants' straight leg design has an inseam of 28 inches and these are available in junior fit sizes from XXS to 3XL. Choose among six color options.


    • Straight leg with drawstring waist
    • Total of nine pockets
    • ID bungee loop & motion knee darts
    • Inseam: 28 inches
    • Stretch,Twill,Cotton/Poly/Spandex
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    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 - Waist: Keep the tape loose and measure around your natural waistline.
    • B - Hip: Stand with your heels together and measure around the fullest part of your hip.
    • C - Length: Measure from where the shoulder meets the neck to the bottom hem of the garment.
    • D - Inseam: Measure from the crotch to the bottom.

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