Dickies has revealed an extension to its deal with long-standing partner Randa for licensed leather goods.
Exclusive product will include men's and boy's belts, wallets, suspenders and travel kits.
"Randa has worked with us for a number of years to add heritage and credibility to the Dickies brand, and we look forward to working with them for years to come," said Michael Penn, VP of licensing at Dickies.
Meanwhile, Dickies and Daystone International - which held the licence for fashion headwear, caps and cold weather knit headwear for nine years - have ended their partnership. The firm will continue to fulfill Dickies licensed orders throughout the rest of this year.
Dickies is not currently accepting proposals for a new licensing partner to fill the gap.