The Overall

Size Guide
Dermitasse Brown
Hunter Green
  • Modern, Boot Cut Fit
  • 1620's Proprietary Stretch NYCO Fabric, 10X More durable
  • Reinforced Front YKK Zipper Pocket & Pencil Pocket
  • Hidden Kangaroo Pocket
  • Gusseted Crotch
  • Right Leg Mobile Utility Pocket/Zippered YKK Key Stash Pocket
  • True Full Double Layer Knee & Upper Thigh
  • Lightweight Aluminum Hardware
  • PFC-FREE DWR Water Repellent Finish
  • Dual Purpose Tool Clip Area (L & R side)
  • Articulated knees

  • Up to 10X more abrasion resistant than 100% cotton duck
  • Proprietary development by 1620, inspired from US military BDU’s
  • 14 oz plain weave
  • PFC free water repellent finish
  • Meets NFPA1975 no melt/no drip thermal property
  • Dries 2X Faster than Cotton Duck
    We take pride that our products are hand crafted right here in the USA. As such, we stand behind the quality and workmanship of our products. 1620 Workwear, Inc. warrants its products to the original owner against defects in materials and workmanship for the lifetime of the product. Our warranty does not cover any damage caused by neglect, improper care, accident, or normal wear and tear. If your product fails due to a defect in materials or workmanship, we will repair or replace it, at our discretion.

Introducing the 1620 overall

Customer Reviews

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Customer Reviews

Based on 16 reviews
Ryan Dulaney
Good Quality

I couldn’t tell you if they’re actually worth the money because I’m new at buying clothes that don’t fall apart after a couple months of wear. They are incredibly heavy duty,, I poke all kinds of holes in my jeans messing with fencing but these hold up real well. They fit better than anything I own, but I went a little on the baggy side so I don’t know about any closer fits. I’m 6’0 194 lbs and I got a large, probably could’ve gotten away with a medium but I like the extra room. Don’t know if they’ll hold up for a lifetime but it sure seems like it.

Jay Wohleb
Everyday work gear.

Best made bibs I've ever seen.... and there isn't even a close second. I'm a longshoreman in Texas and I will wear these all summer long. They are extremely well made, very comfortable and look great. I'm throwing out everything I have for work and replacing it with 1620 gear. I can't wait for it to cool down again so I can try the coveralls.

The only way I could dream of improving them would be to have them professionally tailored. Best gear out there and made right here in the U.S.

To those of you that make them.... please don't sell out to old so and so. They'll just ship production overseas and I'd just as soon never unload a container of 1620 products made elsewhere.

Worth The Wait

This is my first pair of overalls and I waited a few months for them to get restocked. I have to say I enjoy working in these more than any pants I've ever owned. I have narrower shoulders and do have to adjust the straps now and again, but it's well worth it. All of the pockets get used and are intuitively placed. Everything just works and I feel like a badass while wearing them. Great work guys, you knocked this one out of the park!

Greg Romeskie
Best. Overall. Made.

Comfortable. Tough. Functional. Feature laden. Durable AF. They look deadly. As a carpenter of 25yrs experience, these are the finest work pants I have ever worn. Buy some, in fact buy two pairs if you can. They will outlast the big overall brand by a long stretch. You will not regret your purchase. Worth every dollar.

Tye B.
So nice I had to buy twice.

These bibs are top of the line! The build quality is among the best I've ever seen. Where they really shine is in the details. Everything is double-stitched, the hardware is solid, and the zippers are smooth. The fit is non-restrictive and relaxed without being sloppy or overly baggy. The crotch gusset is the star of the show, though. Being able to move without being crushed on the junk is always a good thing. The fabric is thick enough to provide a lot of protection during demanding tasks. I did a video review on Rumble to help those on the fence make a decision. Yes, they're expensive. Yes, they're worth it. These are a lifetime piece. Five/ten years from now the money won't be missed, but the satisfaction that these bibs will bring will still be there. No regrets here. Cheers from GA.