Pike Brothers GmbH – Superior Garments 2019-12-05T10:56:04+01:00

“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.”

1938 Pea Coat red check wool

1938 Pea Coat red check wool

1944 High Neck Sweater olive

1944 High Neck Sweater olive

1938 Cricketeer Jacket Dundee grey

1938 Cricketeer Jacket Dundee grey

1905 Hauler Vest Dundee grey

1905 Hauler Vest Dundee grey

1938 Pea Coat Elephant Skin asphalt grey

1938 Pea Coat Elephant Skin asphalt grey

1943 V-Neck Sweater olive

1943 V-Neck Sweater olive

1952 Pattern Trousers olive selvage

1952 Pattern Trousers olive selvage

1923 Buccanoy Pant Dundee grey

1923 Buccanoy Pant Dundee grey

Knitwear has always been used as an addition layer against the cold. It was easy to produce and offered good insulation. The U.S. Armed Forces did still used quite a lot of woolen garments in the 1940s. Beginning from the standard wool shirt and trousers as a field attire to heavy woolen linings in jackets. Knitted sweaters were worn in addition to this. (more…)

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OUR STORY. OUR COMMITMENT.

Pike Brothers was founded by George and Joseph Pike in 1930. Their small but exclusive tailoring shop was located in the heart of London.
Their specialty was custom-made menswear. During the Second World War with a steadily growing number of American soldiers coming to Britain, the Pike Brothers also specialized in the production of uniforms for the U.S. Armed Forces.
They combined the finest fabrics with European craftsmanship and created an unmistakable profile of sturdy American menswear with European influence; a heritage to which we are still committed today.
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Sneak Peak – 1908 Miner Jacket waxed oliv

Making of: Leather patches for 20oz Japan denim

Making of: 1958 Roamer Pant 23oz