YES, THEY’RE DOCKERS®! Celebrating summers with Dockers®


The multinational brand Dockers® spreading its wings in Pakistan has introduced its new campaign and one of the most innovative high street men’s collections in the country. Celebrating all things summery, the brand defines the uber cool and edgy aesthetic for men to wear. With the Yes, They’re Dockers® Campaign the brand aims to widen its canvass in Pakistan expanding their summer collection range and introducing innovative trends.

Dockers® creative and catchy ad campaigns have connected with guys and made people talk from the very beginning. Now, as Dockers® turns 30, they are revealing a new global multichannel campaign: YES, THEY’RE DOCKERS®.

YES, THEY’RE DOCKERS® puts the spotlight on the brand’s current role as a bedrock in men’s wardrobes, which isn’t what you might think. People have come to expect Dockers® to be pants that clean up a guy’s look, but they’re not always prepared for Dockers® to have slim fits and modern styles that can be worn for more than just work or serious moments. And they’re surprised to learn that Dockers® has their name on more than just pants—there’s also a line of button ups, knits, outerwear, and accessories. The YES, THEY’RE DOCKERS® campaign will reveal how Dockers® has evolved in lockstep with their customers and grown to attract new ones by modernizing styles, slimming fits, and innovating fabrications—from head to toe—all without compromising quality.

Dockers® has been leading men through the what-to-wear wilds for 30 years by crafting go-to styles for nearly every moment in a guy’s life. And guess what? “YES, THEY’RE DOCKERS®”! Dockers® were the first men’s pants that looked smart like chinos but were as durable and easy as jeans. These new kinds of pants made men look and feel simultaneously ready to take on the world, but comfortably laid back. Sales exploded and soon if you weren’t wearing Dockers®, you were just wearing pants.

Flash forward to this year: It’s estimated that 38 pairs of Dockers® are sold every minute across the globe. Seventy-five percent of men who try on a pair of Dockers®, walk out of the store with a pair. And they are still the number one selling khaki brand in the U.S., three times the size as their next competitor.

The campaign itself was shot by a American lifestyle, nightlife, and action photographer, Brian Kuhlmann, who made the images feel more like what you’d find in a friend’s Instagram feed than a traditional fashion magazine. Each guy’s look showcases that Dockers® offers more than just pants and business wear.

Dockers® introduced an entirely new concept in menswear, one so fresh that even the guys in their own television commercials famously weren’t talking about it—the casual pant. You may know them simply as khaki pants, which in 1986 were a completely new way men could cover their legs.

Dockers® has become one of the few brands to completely reshape the menswear box simply by thinking outside of it.

About the Dockers® brand:

The Dockers

The Dockers

The Dockers® brand has been a cornerstone of menswear for more than 30 years. First introduced in 1986 in San Francisco, California, this American classic has been at the heart of the casual movement dressing men for every occasion from head to toe. Our thoughtful innovations and meaningful details have always served a purpose, not a trend. Today, the Dockers® brand continues to be America’s favorite khaki and offers a wide range of apparel and accessories with no compromises in quality – just versatile, essential style. An iconic brand for good guys everywhere, the Dockers® brand is a division of Levi Strauss & Co. and available worldwide in 60 countries, on six continents.

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The author and admin of this site is Umar Khitab Khan. Have 20 years experience in media industry, he wrote many scripts for TV, write ups and features for magazines and news papers. A book based on biographies of celebrities also on his credit. His magazine Monthly Metro Live very popular in intellectuals but also in masses, He is affiliated with many social and professional organizations like Arts Council of Pakistan and Karachi Union of Journalists. He is also a film critic and member of SBFC (Sindh Board of Film Censors).

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