Work King Twill Coveralls - Unlined, Long Sleeve (For Men)

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About Work King Twill Coveralls - Unlined, Long Sleeve (For Men)

2nds. Work King proves once again why they own the crown, with these rugged, dependable and ready-for-work twill coveralls. Access pockets allow you to reach your jean pockets without removing coveralls.


Specs about Work King Twill Coveralls - Unlined, Long Sleeve (For Men)

  • Features: Non-Insulated
  • Closure: Zipper,Two-way
  • Fabric: 65% polyester, 35% cotton
  • Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
  • Weight: 2 lb. 4 oz.
  • Made in Bangladesh
  • Due to residue on the zipper, the manufacturer suggests to wash before first use
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3.565217 5 Overall Rating: 3.6 Based on 92 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by Jenn of Ark from Arkansas on Saturday, January 4, 2014
My hubby has ONLY liked "Dickies" for the past 10 years but I bought this on sale so he'd have a long-sleeved coverall. He LIKES them (gasp!)! They are a thicker, warmer material than "Dickies" regular short-sleeve coveralls. Only thing is, he can't figure out what the tiny open pockets are, one ... Read More
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    • Yes, I'm about the same size as you and M fits very well - not too big or loose.
      Answered on 8/22/2014 2:47:13 PM by Mikko from Seattle
    • No, I believe you should get the large. I just checked the purchase I made last year. I bought two coveralls. One in a large and the other was a medium. The large fit a teenager that was a little over 6ft tall. They were big on him around the waist area, but in the couch they fit fine. The medium was for a kid who was about 5'5", and he had to roll up the pant legs. But the couch fit fine.That is important when buying coveralls or overalls. With overalls you can adjust the straps, but with coverall there is no adjustments at the shoulders, so bigger is best if you plan to use them for bending or kneeling. Also they are easier to get into. I am a costumer, what I did before I purchased the Sierra coveralls I went to my local store that sells the same design of coveralls and bought on pair in large. I tried them on the kids I needed to dress. I saw what sizes I needed, returned the coveralls to the store, and ordered from Sierra. The store wanted far too much for the same product, and Sierra's price was in the schools budget. So there you have it. Hope I helped.
      Answered on 8/22/2014 3:06:52 PM by Cia from California
    • I can only sat that I am 6 ft and 210 lbs and XL fit me comfortably . They are loose enough to wear shorts and a shirt beneath the coveralls .
      Answered on 8/22/2014 4:03:59 PM by Jeff from Arizona
    • I think they (M) will work for you. I'm 5'9" and had to take 3' off the legs. I don't mind the the long arms.
      Answered on 8/29/2014 12:18:38 PM by Anonymous from Detroit
  • “Do you have a sizing chart I can look at for this item?”
    Asked by Holly from Utah on 3/20/2014 11:04:50 AM
    • I am 5'11" 170 lbs and the large fits perfectly.
      Answered on 3/20/2014 12:49:43 PM by Jimmy from SC
    • XL L fit my husband, who's 5-10 and about 175 lbs.
      Answered on 3/20/2014 9:12:33 PM by Sally from Oklahoma
  • “Do you have a sizing chart I can look at for this item?”
    Asked by Holly from Utah on 3/20/2014 11:02:59 AM
    • If you hover over "Sizes Available:", it shows sizes. For example M = 38-40, which is true to its size. I'm 40 and it's a good fit. It's comfortable to wear with jeans and long sleeve T-shirt/sweater on. But if you would want to add more layers, you will probably start feeling like a Michelin man.....
      Answered on 3/20/2014 11:56:09 AM by Mikko from Seattle
    • I didn't see a size husband has always worn a large (42-44) in other coveralls, so that's what I ordered. He said they were a little tighter through the shoulders, but they would do, especially for that price. Hope this helps. Ellie
      Answered on 3/20/2014 12:09:15 PM by Ellie from Arkansas
    • Hi Holly,

      I had a question about that also. This is what I did to solve the query. I bought a pair of coveralls at Orchard Supply. I bought the size I thought would fit the people I need them for. When I saw that the medium was too SHORT from the crotch to the shoulders I got a large, the second person fit great in the medium but we had to shorten the leg length. After I figured size I returned the expensive coveralls to the store. I know its a bit over the top, but the ones at Orchard cost $60 and we were on a tight budget. I work for a high school and I needed the coveralls for a school play.
      I contacted the company and they didn't give me any true size numbers, so I had to get creative. I got the large for a kid who was 6ft tall and had a waist of 32". The large was for the tall guy, it was a bit wide in the shoulders and the waist, but it fit everywhere else. For coveralls getting a bigger size is better, depending on what you are using them for. Going under cars you want flexibility. If you are using them to cleaning, don't wear clothes under them, it get warm in there. But these are very good coveralls for the price. The zipper is a bit stiff at first, but just pull it away from the zipper cover and use a candle to wax the zipper, it helps. Also the fabric is heavy enough for the hard job. Hope I helped, have a great day.
      Answered on 3/20/2014 1:29:43 PM by Cia from California
    • This item is sized according to chest size. In this case the M is chest 38-40 and it would probably be closest to fitting you length wise as well.
      Answered on 2/10/2014 10:10:53 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post

About Work King

Work King's aim is to satisfy the value-minded customer with a wide variety of work clothing and outerwear, regardless of climate and conditions. Work King clothing is just as durable as the workwear of its sister company, Tough Duck premium workwear, but with fewer frills. Work King makes flannel-lined work jackets and vests, bib overalls and work pants for the most extreme elements and the hardest-working men.Work King also makes affordable hunting clothing, for fun in foul weather off the jobsite. Whether you need denim jeans, duck coveralls and bib overalls, work gloves or canvas jackets, the Work King family of clothing provides value and performance at Sierra Trading Post's low closeout prices.