The CPO shirt, a classic among outdoor shirts, has evolved in the U.S. Navy. Originally developed in the 1930s, the cut has undergone only slight changes over the decades.
Intended for cold weather conditions, it can be worn as an underjacket or shirt-jacket, providing warmth and protection against wind and weather.This version is made of 100% cotton moleskin woven in Germany. Brushed on one side, the surface reminds of suede or moleskin, hence the name. Very comfortable to wear and absolutely robust!
Dehen N-1 Deck Jacket Tan
Mouton fur is a processed sheepskin that resembles beaver or seal fur for its soft and insulating charcteristics. Further quality details are two fleece-lined front pockets, fleece lined sleeves, a button neck closure, the 6-Button placket-front closure with hidden brass zipper and canvas pull, an inner left chest zip pocket and 100% wool knit cuffs. Eyelets at both axles provide ventilation.
Dehen Naval Crew Sweater
Pike Brothers 1943 CPO Shirt-Jackets
Intended for cold weather conditions, it can be worn as an underjacket or shirt-jacket, providing warmth and protection against wind and weather.
This version is made from heavy wool (80% wool/20% polyamide) and features anchor buttons and two large chest pockets.
Pike Brothers 1941 Tanker Jacket
Pike Brothers Roamer 1937 Jeans
- dark indigo blue color
- 100% Cotton
- straight leg, loose fit with button fly
- heavy cotton thread in honey yellow color
- buttons and buckle in zinc optic
- heavy bar tacking on pockets, belt loops and seam ends
- suspender buttons as used in the 1930s