Dress A Med Mens Classic Scrubs Set Black Medium
by Dress A Med
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The classic scrub has been deconstructed and rebuilt with a man's taste, comfort and uniform needs in mind. Introducing our superior take on the classic standard scrub! This scrub set features a standard sized v-neck classic shirt, one of the most popular looks on the market, with 1 reinforced left chest pocket and a pen slot. The shirt has been paired with pants that have a full drawstring, 5 pockets and an additional pen slot. With this many pockets, you can keep everything you need close by at all times. The pants have been designed to give room without looking slouchy. This added room ensures the increased mobility necessary for long shifts in a high-demand workplace. Our lightweight scrub has a comfortable fit and a color lock guarantee. Our scrubs are proven to last even after 300 washes making it the obvious choice for ease and comfort while working in a fast-paced environment. This classic scrub has been redesigned but still complies with hospital uniform requirements. Its masculine design looks good and is perfect for the fashionably conservative man without compromising fit and functionality. This scrub is superior to others in its category with its unique design, fair pricing and quality/color longevity. This scrub design also comes in a range of colors which are sure to appeal to everyone. As standard with every Dress A Med medical uniform, we only use high thread count liquid repellent fabric and fade proof/reactive dye. All of our fabric is preshrunk and wrinkle free, making them ready to wear out of the dryer. We also use double stitching to make sure your uniform will never fall apart. Every design has been specifically and exclusively designed by Dress A Med.
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