1905 Hauler Series : Steel blue

//1905 Hauler Series : Steel blue

To haul, to pull, to carry, to drag. These are all words that very much indicate the origins of our 1905 Hauler Series.

1905 Hauler Vest steel blue denim

To haul, to pull, to carry, to drag. These are all words that very much indicate the origin of or 1905 Hauler Pant. The origins of our 1905 Hauler Pant are in the late 19th century. We have recreated this fit based on an old photograph. The picture was taken in an old brewery and showed a warehouse worker standing besides an old barrel. Workers in the 19th century had to drag and haul a lot. Therefore work wear pants had to have certain features on the fit as well as on the material. The pants had to give the opportunity for full movement and the fabric had to be hard wearing.
All these features are found in our 1905 Hauler pant. It offers a loose fit with a high rise. Therefore it does not restrain the wearer in his or her actions. Suspenders can be attached so the trousers stay in place.
For this edition we have used a very nice 12oz selvage denim where warp and weft are dyied. The yarn also is slighly irregular which creates a fabric with lots of character that is also very hard wearing.

Further Details:
– 12oz Selvage Denim made of 100% cotton
– Loose fit and high rise
– Dovetail back
– Cinch back

1905 Hauler Vest steel blue denim

Back in these days vests were worn in order to protect the work shirts from dirt and abrasion. Therefore work wear vests had a fitted outline in order not to be caught on sharp corners whilst working in warehouses or on machines.
For this edition we have used a very nice 12oz selvage denim where warp and weft are dyied. The yarn is slightly irregular creating a hard wearing fabric with a rich structure.

Further Details:
– 12oz Selvage Denim made of 100% cotton
– Slim fit
– 2 Front Pockets
– Cinch back

 
 
 
 

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By | 2018-04-09T10:46:17+00:00 April 9th, 2018|From the Journal|2 Comments

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  1. Christoph Kölle April 11, 2018 at 7:14 pm - Reply

    Bei Ihrem Model zieht der obere Knopf das Bündchen kraus… Ihm ist wohl die Hose zu eng? Oder sollte man da einen Gegeknopf setzen?

    • Pike Brothers GmbH April 19, 2018 at 10:53 am - Reply

      Hallo Christoph,
      vielen Dank für Deinen Kommentar und den Hinweis. Wir haben das bereits berücksichtigt, nur die Bilder sind nicht gleich aktualisiert worden. Wir sind ein kleiner Familienbetrieb und da brauchen die Dinge etwas länger :-).
      Ich wünsche Dir einen schönen Tag und liebe Grüße

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