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„Our garments are more than the sum of fabric, patterns and accessories.
They have a story to tell, the story of who they are and where they come from.“

1947 Albatros Shirt Beaumont blue

1947 Albatros Shirt Beaumont blue

1937 Roamer Vest Alameda

1937 Roamer Vest Alameda

1905 Hauler Pant Alameda

1905 Hauler Pant Alameda

1928 Newsboy Cap Alameda brown

1928 Newsboy Cap Alameda brown

1936 Waffle Shirt Rockport Yellow

1936 Waffle Shirt Rockport Yellow

1936 Waffle Shirt Rockport red

1936 Waffle Shirt Rockport red

1936 Waffle Shirt Rockport blue

1936 Waffle Shirt Rockport blue

1936 Waffle Shirt Rockport grey

1936 Waffle Shirt Rockport grey

For our French Salt ´ n  ´ Pepper Series  we have used a traditional sturdy French workwear fabric. The fabric is made of a two colored yarn which results in a Salt´  n  ´  Pepper effect once the fabric is woven. Hence the name. The fabric is very sturdy and hard wearing. For recreating the original quality we have produced the fabric on vintage looms in Japan.
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Pike Brothers specializes in the production of authentic outdoor and workwear of the early 20th century.
Authentic to us means producing garments in exactly the same way as in the original period.
Our garments are more than the sum of fabric, patterns and accessories. They have a story to tell, the story of who they are and where they come from.
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Making of: Leather patches for 20oz Japan denim

Making of: 1958 Roamer Pant 23oz

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