Pike Brothers Roamer Pants 1958
Designed for Working.
These classic 1950s workers jeans are made by Pike Brothers out of 15-ounce raw, genuine-selvedged denim, a real heavyweight produced using old mechanical looms. It goes without saying that a material like this requires some time to be worn in. The buttons and rivets are made from a zinc-look metal, as is the D-ring, to which the chain of a pocket watch, pocket knife or even a wallet can be attached. The jeans have a regular waist, slightly slimmer leg and a buttoned fly with heavier stitching to strengthen the areas that typically become worn out the quickest.
Pike Brothers. Tried and Tested but Not Stuck in the Past.
The Pike Brothers label from Bad Feilnbach in Upper Bavaria proves with garments inspired by textiles from the world of workwear that form and functionality are not mutually exclusive. While creative minds in other companies have to work out their cuts, the Pike Brothers collect, dissect and finally reconstruct historical originals from a wide variety of workspaces. Different material requirements and cuts are taken into account on a one-for-one basis. Fabrics are reissued in collaboration with traditional weaving mills. Finally, the Pike Brothers have the garments made by hand from selected European tailors. The resulting products tell a story by dint of their appearance. Moreover, they are proving themselves in practice, just like their historical role models did, to be highly functional and to offer the highest comfort – no matter what the activity.
The garment may rub off onto light-coloured materials such as other garments, furniture and upholstery fabrics.
Article Number 14484
American jeans sizes
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