Cherokee Workwear continues to expand its product offerings, now providing three fabric options for America’s favorite scrubs. Cherokee Originals are a poly/cotton blend that  get softer with every wash. Durable, dependable and hassle-free, this is the uniform that healthcare workers have turned to for their professional wear since it was first designed in 2004. Cherokee Premium Core Stretch is […]

One Brand, Three Fabrics, Perfect Solution 

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Cherokee Workwear continues to expand its product offerings, now providing three fabric options for America’s favorite scrubs.

Cherokee Originals are a poly/cotton blend that  get softer with every wash. Durable, dependable and hassle-free, this is the uniform that healthcare workers have turned to for their professional wear since it was first designed in 2004.

Cherokee Premium Core Stretch is made of cotton/poly with a touch of spandex, resulting in high-tech stretch twill scrubs that offer extraordinary comfort.

For those looking for a fabric that not only has stretch, but a soft drape, Premium Rayon Stretch offers ultra-soft, two-way stretch for a polished appearance.

It all adds up to a perfect trifecta of fabric choices and a uniform solution for every worker.

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  1. Kimberly Harrison

    Dear Cherokee,
    Please bring back your color, Mandrain Orange. If you can’t bring it back, would you by any chance have any left? Im not sure when you discontinued the color, but the color was bright orange and very popular in the state of Maryland. The color was perfect for representing the Baltimore Oriole’s. I’ve been searching many websites, and placing many orders, only to have them come back canceled for being out of stock. Im trying to find Mandrain Orange in Cherokee Workwear Snap Front Scrub Top 4770 Small and/or Cherokee Women’s Jewel Neck Scrub Jacket 4350 Small. So far the Pants that I ordered are still in stock, but they haven’t shipped yet. Fingers crossed they will not be canceled.
    Thank You,
    Kim Harrison

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