Dehen Motorcycle Club Sweaters
Back in the days when Knuckleheads, Flatheads und Panheads were new machines a club sweater was indispensable biker outfit. Many of the original motorcycle club sweaters in the 1930’s and 1940’s were made by Dehen, and it is the only original US manufacturer that has survived to make the same sweaters today. Just like in the past Dehen sweaters are hand crafted from start to finish. They are made from extra heavy 100% worsted wool knit and feature a Talon turtle zip. The distinctive wide knit cuffs and waistband keep out wind and cold and prevent riding up of the sweater. The elbows are reinforced with and interior patches
W&W Coach Jacket
Light, water repellant coach jacket, made by Dickies, for the warmer seasons. It features a thin lining, two outer hand pockets, one inside pocket and a drawstring bottom. Easy on-off with its snap front and elastic cuffs. W&W Cycles logo print on left chest.
Dickies 874 O-Dog Traditional Work Pants
The O-Dog pants are the unquestioned classic work pants by Dickies which stands out with nearly indestructible material and a sharp crease which will last as long as the pants. It features two front pockets, one rear pocket, metal ratcheting zipper and a mini woven logo patch on the back. Order it one size larger than usual so it´ll fit as it is supposed to. Fabric: 65%polyester/35% cotton.
Pike Brothers Roamer 1937 Jeans
True workwear denims with 1930s characteristics. The Roamer Pants are made from 11 Ounce raw denim with selvage edge, with details that make these denims outstanding:
- 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