By January 12, 2012 2 Comments

Scrubadoo’s News: The Scrub Brand Break Down – Part 1

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travel nurse scrubsIt seems like there are an endless variety of scrub brands to choose from these days.  At Scrubadoo it seems like we are contacted on a weekly basis we are contacted by new vendors with new brands that they want us to carry on our site.  It is tough for us to keep track of everything and this is what we do full time!! To help sort through everything here is part one of our scrub brand break down.

The first thing to keep in mind is that all of the brands we carry are well vetted and there is something for everyone.  That is to say that there isn’t necessarily one brand that is better than another, it is more about finding what you want in a scrub set!

Cherokee Scrubs: Cherokee provides the largest variety of any of our brands.  It is actually really difficult to put all of the Cherokee products in one box, so we will break it down a little further.

  • The Cherokee WorkWear line is the most popular selling line of scrubs in America.  This line tends to be your basic cuts and styles.  There isn’t a lot of flash but they are made to last, priced right, and are always available.  They have made the same scrubs for years and will continue to do so years from now.  The Cherokee WorkWear line has a history of consistency that is actually tough to find with other brands.  You don’t need to worry about finding a scrub you love and it being discontinued a month or two later.
  • Cherokee Flexibles are a small line that has stretchy side panels.  There isn’t a lot of variety here, but the material is brushed and a little more comfortable then the WorkWear line.  The side panels also provide a feature no other brand has.
  • Everything else….We could spend an entire article on just Cherokee, but if you have questions about any other Cherokee lines just let us know and we will be happy to help!

Dickies Scrubs:  Dickies is another trusted brand in the uniform industry.  They are known for being tough and long lasting.  Like Cherokee they have a variety of lines to choose from.  The “every day scrubs” line is very, very comparable to the Cherokee WorkWear line, it offers many of the same styles, great price point, and durability.  Dickies has a new line out called “enzyme washed” scrubs.  If you want to find a product that is super soft at a very reasonable price, then give these a chance.

Baby Phat Scrubs: One of the more popular “fashion” scrubs that is out there Baby Phat scrubs are a great option if you are looking for something a little different from your standard every day unisex options.  Our most popular Baby Phat scrubs come from the wide variety of animal prints that are offered.  They are definitely a great way to stand out and break up your normal rotation.

We will review more brands in part 2!

 

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About the Author:

Brett Brohl is currently the CEO of both Scrubadoo.com and Scrubraisers brands which are headquartered in Minneapolis MN. Scrubadoo.com makes the online purchase of anything a nurse needs to wear to work as easy as can be. Scrubraisers.com offers a unique fundraising solution for any group or organization. He has an MBA from The Darden School of Business and attended Wake Forest University for his undergrad degree. Brett is originally from South Florida, enjoys entrepreneurship, anything having to do with the ocean, and hates the cold.

2 Comments on "Scrubadoo’s News: The Scrub Brand Break Down – Part 1"

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  1. Tara Harkins says:

    There are some great brands of scrubs out there, and you can find them for great prices online. Love the new comfy and tailored look so many of these brands offer!

  2. Abby says:

    What about E.Libby Scrubs? They are great!

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