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Mark Ecko and his world famous rhino brand has brought his hip urban style to the world of medical uniforms. Ecko Red Scrubs are not made to blend in, but to combine inspirations from the modern world and provide a sleek combination of style, fashion and function. Marc Ecko has been named one of Details magazine's Most Powerful Men under 38 for his creation of a global set of brands that appeal strongly to those who embrace the urban lifestyle. His venture into medical uniforms is a partnership with another top fashion scrub brand, Koi. The combination of Ecko style and function with proven quality manufacturing makes your first purchase of Ecko scrubs a no brainer.

The first look at the new Ecko Red print tops will not be your last, they catch and hold your gaze with bright colors, sophisticated patterns and details that make them fit as good as they look. Look for elastic sides on some styles to make sure these fit your female shape and make sure you won't be confused for a man in the boxy scrubs you are used to. The Ecko Red Bronx pants are reversible with either one or two cargo pockets (depending on the side), and deep side seam pockets (6 pockets total). The workstyle side has a drawstring waist, and is solid all over. The Freestyle side features a contrast waistband, contrast stitching and an imprinted logo on the left cargo pocket. It is a versatile low rise straight leg pant that you will want to wear every day.

Focus On: Ecko Scrubs | September 20, 2011

  In March Koi shipped the first collection of Ecko Scrubs, so we've got them in stock and ready to ship to you! Koi teamed up with Marc Ecko (whose rhino logo is known world-wide) to create the new, fashion-forward line of youthful, modern scrubs:  "With Ecko UNLTD and Ecko Red scrubs, it's not about conformity or just blending in with hospital walls. It's about breaking rules, setting y Read More >>
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